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Form MHD56298

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
• A copy of our “Safe Operating Practices” Manuals are always available free of charge either by downloading it from our
Technical Publications website @ www.airwinch.com or by contacting the Factory at (800) 866-5457 for North America and
(206) 624-0466 for International. The Safe Operating Practices manual must be read prior to anyone operating a
Ingersoll-Rand winch or hoist. The manual form numbers are as follows:
“Safe Operating Practices Non-Man Rider™ Winches” Manual, Form No. MHD56250
“Safe Operating Practices for Man Rider™ Winches” Manual, Form No. MHD56251
“Safe Operating Practices for Pneumatic, Hydraulic and Electric Hoists” Manual, Form No. MHD56295

• Available winch options may require additional supplements to the basic winch manual.

• For Man Rider™ winches ensure a copy of the Man Rider™ supplement is made available to the operator prior to winch
operation.
Winch Man Rider™ Supplements:
Model: Publication No. Model: Publication No.
FA2, FA2.5, LS500RLP SAM0011
MHD56046
FH2, FH2.5 LS1000RLP SAM0012
MHD56042 and LS150RLP SAM0082
FA5
MHD56220 LS150RLP/500/
SAM0115
FA10 MHD56252 1000
FA2.5A MHD56236 LS150RLP and
SAM0120
LS150PLP-PH
FA2B and
MHD56207
HU40A LS500RLP-E SAM0122
FH10MR MHD56212 LS150RLP-
SAM0184
Fulcrum Electric MHD56277 DP5M-F

LS500HLP/ LS150HLP SAM0222


SAM0004
LS1000HLP

• We strongly recommend that ALL maintenance on Ingersoll-Rand equipment be carried out by personnel certified by
Ingersoll-Rand, or by Ingersoll-Rand Authorized Service Centers.

• Contact the Factory if in doubt about installation, operation, inspection and maintenance instructions.

• Use only Genuine Ingersoll-Rand parts when maintaining or repairing a winch, hoist or any component of a winch or hoist.

• ANSI / ASME recommends that a winch or hoist (or any components of a winch or hoist) that has been repaired be tested
prior to being placed into service:
* Winches - ANSI / ASME B30.7 (BASE MOUNTED DRUM HOISTS) Refer to section 7.2.2 - Testing.
* Hoists - ANSI / ASME B30.16 (OVERHEAD HOISTS - UNDERHUNG) Refer to section 16.2.2 - Testing.

Form MHD56298
Edition 2
November 2004
71441844
© 2004 Ingersoll-Rand Company
Form MHD56234

PARTS, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

TM

MODEL FA150KGMR MAN RIDER

(Dwg. MHP2254)

READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE USING THESE PRODUCTS. This manual


contains important safety, installation, operation and maintenance
information. Make this manual available to all persons responsible for the
installation, operation and maintenance of these products.

This manual applies only to FA150KGMR winches designed by Ingersoll-Rand that are
identified for personnel lifting by a permanent nameplate attached to the winch at the
factory.

Always operate, inspect and maintain this winch in accordance with European Security
Rules and any other applicable safety codes and regulations.

Form MHD56234
Edition 3
September 2002
71382576
© 2002 Ingersoll-Rand Company
CONTENTS

Description Page No.


Safety Information
Danger, Warning, Caution and Notice .................................................................................................................................................................3
Safety Summary...................................................................................................................................................................................................3
General Information
Operating Limitations ..........................................................................................................................................................................................4
Traceability ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Winch Operating Instructions
Man Rider Operating Instructions.......................................................................................................................................................................5
Warning Tag and Labels ...................................................................................................................................................................................6
Specifications .....................................................................................................................................................................................................7
Description...........................................................................................................................................................................................................9
Installation
Mounting............................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Wire Rope ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Air Supply..........................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Initial Winch Operating Checks.........................................................................................................................................................................13
Operation
Training..............................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Winch Controls ..................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Winch Brakes.....................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Winch Motor ......................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Slack Line Detector ...........................................................................................................................................................................................17
Press Roller ........................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Limit Switches ...................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Emergency Lowering.........................................................................................................................................................................................17
Inspection
Records and Reports ..........................................................................................................................................................................................19
Frequent Inspection............................................................................................................................................................................................19
Periodic Inspection ............................................................................................................................................................................................20
Winches Not in Regular Use..............................................................................................................................................................................20
Inspection and Maintenance Report ..............................................................................................................................................................21
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................................................................22
Lubrication
Motor .................................................................................................................................................................................................................23
Reduction Gear and Disc Brake Lubrication .....................................................................................................................................................23
Air Line Lubricator ............................................................................................................................................................................................24
Wire Rope ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................24
Seals and Bearings .............................................................................................................................................................................................24
Maintenance
Adjustments .......................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Disassembly .......................................................................................................................................................................................................26
Cleaning, Inspection and Repair ........................................................................................................................................................................29
Assembly ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................30
Testing................................................................................................................................................................................................................35
Parts Section
Winch Assembly Drawing .................................................................................................................................................................................36
Parts Drawings and Parts Lists Table of Contents .............................................................................................................................................37
Winch Parts Drawings and Parts Lists..........................................................................................................................................................38-63
Parts Ordering Information ...........................................................................................................................................................................66
Warranty...........................................................................................................................................................................................................67
Office Locations ...............................................................................................................................................................................................68

2 MHD56234 - Edition 3
SAFETY INFORMATION

This manual provides important information for all personnel The National Safety Council, Accident Prevention Manual for
involved with the safe installation, operation and proper Industrial Operations, Eighth Edition and other recognized safety
maintenance of this product. Even if you feel you are familiar sources make a common point: Employees who work near
with this or similar equipment, you should read this manual suspended loads or assist in hooking on or arranging a load
before operating the winch. should be instructed to keep out from under the load. From a
safety standpoint, one factor is paramount: conduct all lifting or
pulling operations in such a manner that if there were an
Danger, Warning, Caution and Notice
equipment failure, no personnel would be injured. This means
Throughout this manual there are steps and procedures which, if keep out from under a raised load and keep out of the intended
not followed, may result in a hazard. The following signal words path of any load.
are used to identify the level of potential hazard.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 generally places
Danger is used to indicate the presence of the burden of compliance with the user, not the manufacturer.
DANGER a hazard which will cause severe injury, Many OSHA requirements are not concerned or connected with
death, or substantial property damage if the manufactured product but are, rather, associated with the final
the warning is ignored. installation. It is the owner’s and user’s responsibility to
Warning is used to indicate the presence determine the suitability of a product for any particular use. It is
WARNING of a hazard which can cause severe injury, recommended that all applicable industry, trade association,
death, or substantial property damage if federal, state and local regulations be checked. Read all operating
the warning is ignored. instructions and warnings before operation.

Caution is used to indicate the presence of Rigging: It is the responsibility of the operator to exercise
CAUTION a hazard which will or can cause injury or caution, use common sense and be familiar with proper rigging
property damage if the warning is techniques. Refer to ASME B30.9 for rigging information,
ignored. American National Standards Institute, 1430 Broadway, New
York, NY 10018.
Notice is used to notify people of
NOTICE installation, operation, or maintenance
This manual has been produced by Ingersoll-Rand to provide
information which is important but not
dealers, mechanics, operators and company personnel with
hazard-related.
information required to install, operate, maintain and repair the
products described herein.
Safety Summary It is extremely important that mechanics and operators be familiar
with servicing procedures of these products, or like or similar
products, and are physically capable of conducting the
WARNING procedures. These personnel shall have a general working
• Be sure to check all regulations, local, state, federal and knowledge that includes:
country, that may apply to the use of a winch or winch system 1. Proper and safe use and application of mechanics’ common
for lifting and lowering people before using a Man Riding hand tools as well as special Ingersoll-Rand or
winch. recommended tools.
• The supporting structures and load-attaching devices used in 2. Safety procedures, precautions and work habits established
conjunction with this winch must provide an adequate safety by accepted industry standards.
factor to handle the rated load, plus the weight of the winch
and attached equipment. This is the customer’s responsibility. Ingersoll-Rand cannot know of, or provide all the procedures by
If in doubt, consult a registered structural engineer. which product operations or repairs may be conducted and the
hazards and/or results of each method. If operation or
Ingersoll-Rand winches are manufactured in accordance with maintenance procedures not specifically recommended by the
European Security Rules and Regulations. manufacturer are conducted, it must be ensured that product
safety is not endangered by the actions taken. If unsure of an
operation or maintenance procedure or step, personnel should
place the product in a safe condition and contact supervisors and/
or the factory for technical assistance.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 3
GENERAL INFORMATION

Ingersoll-Rand offers, in its winch product line, a limited 7. The personnel platform shall be designed by a registered
number of models referred to as Man Rider which are designed engineer competent in this area.
and manufactured to standards and specifications based on the
recommendations of various regulatory bodies for the purpose of
lifting people. NOTICE
Man Rider winches are type-approved and/or certified to meet the • Lifting personnel with this winch is STRICTLY LIMITED to
requirements of the Offshore Oil Industry by one or more of the off-shore marine applications specifically approved by
following regulatory bodies: maritime regulatory bodies. Suitable use is determined by
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Lloyd’s Register of regulatory bodies, not the manufacturer. DO NOT USE FOR
Shipping (LRS) or Det Norske Veritas (DNV) to comply with personnel lifting applications not specifically approved by
the UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE), UK Department of regulatory bodies.
Energy (DEn), the Norwegian Maritime Directorate (NMD) or the
Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD). Traceability
In furnishing customers Man Rider winches, Ingersoll-Rand Load bearing parts are documented to provide traceability.
does not warrant the suitability of these winches for any particular Documentation includes chemical and physical properties of raw
use. It is the owner’s and user’s responsibility to determine the material, heat treating, hardening, tensile and charpy tests as
suitability of a Man Rider winch for a particular application. required for the part.
Further, it is the owner’s and user’s responsibility to check and
satisfy all local, state, federal and country requirements pertaining Winches with M1, M2 or M3 in the model code have traceable
to lifting and lowering people. load bearing components.

M1–Material Traceability certificates according to EN 10204


WARNING (Ex DIN 50049) 2.2 on load bearing parts. Conformity documents
affirm (by the manufacturer) that parts are in compliance with the
• Many agencies require on winches additional redundant requirements of the order based on non-specific inspection and
safety devices that Ingersoll-Rand does not furnish. Additional testing (i.e., results are typical material properties for these parts).
devices are often required to bring the system up to elevator
code standards. M2–Material Traceability certificates according to EN 10204
(Ex DIN 50049) 3.1b on load bearing parts. Conformity
Operating Limitations documents affirm (by a department independent of the
manufacturing department) that the actual parts are in compliance
Man Rider winches manufactured by Ingersoll-Rand to ABS, with the requirements of the order based on specific inspection
LRS and/or DNV requirements are furnished with limitations; and testing (i.e., results are actual material properties for these
approval for use in personnel-lifting applications automatically parts).
terminates for any of the following reasons:
1. Winch does not meet other applicable codes or standards. M3–Material Traceability certificates according to EN 10204
2. Winch is not part of an approved system. (Ex DIN 50049) 3.1b on load bearing parts. Conformity
3. Winch is not properly maintained in an “as new” condition documents affirm (by a department independent of the
with all parts intact and properly adjusted. manufacturing department) that the actual parts used in the
4. Winch is used in applications not approved by codes and product are in compliance with the order based on specific
regulations, or is used in applications inconsistent with inspection and testing (i.e., results are actual material properties
manufacturer’s operation and maintenance manual. for these parts in a finished, as delivered condition).
5. Changes in any of the standards or regulations after
Ingersoll-Rand’s initial shipment of the product. Components with part numbers ending in CH are charpy parts for
6. More than one winch is used to attach to a common load. use under extreme cold conditions. Traceability requirements
must be stated when reordering these parts for continued
certification.
WARNING
• Before using a Man Rider winch, be sure to check all
regulations: local, state, federal and country, that may apply to
the use of a winch or winch system for lifting and lowering
people.

4 MHD56234 - Edition 3
WINCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Ingersoll-Rand recognizes that most companies who use winches


Man Rider Operating Instructions
have a safety program in force at their facility. In the event that
some conflict exists between a rule set forth in this publication
and a similar rule already set by an individual company, the more
WARNING stringent of the two should take precedence.
• Failure to follow these instructions may result in termination
of all applicable warranties. Ingersoll-Rand assumes no Safe Operating Instructions are provided to make an operator
liability for any loss or damage resulting from operation of aware of dangerous practices to avoid and are not necessarily
Man Rider winches if these operating instructions are not limited to the following list. Refer to specific sections in the
followed. manual for additional safety information.

1. Winch operator must maintain visual or signalmen contact 1. Only allow people trained in safety and operation of this
with personnel being lifted or lowered at all times. product to operate and maintain this winch.
2. Personnel operating the winch or being transferred are to 2. Only operate a winch if you are physically fit to do so.
have sufficient instruction/training concerning that operation 3. When a “DO NOT OPERATE” sign is placed on the winch,
before any movement takes place. or controls, do not operate the winch until the sign has been
3. Winch installation must be arranged to conform to statutory removed by designated personnel.
regulations covering personnel handling. 4. Before each shift, the operator should inspect the winch for
4. Prior to any personnel movement, winch shall be inspected wear and damage. Never use a winch that inspection
to ensure safe operation. indicates is worn or damaged.
5. Lifting apparatus (basket, etc.) shall be inspected and 5. Never lift a load greater than the rated capacity of the winch.
certified for personnel lifting prior to use. Refer to nameplate attached to winch or to
6. Winch shall not be overloaded. “SPECIFICATIONS” section on page 7.
7. Do not operate without testing. Refer to “INSPECTION” 6. Keep hands, clothing, jewelry, etc. away from wire rope,
and “TESTING” procedures. drum and moving parts.
8. Do not operate winch in a damaged condition. 7. Never place your hand in the throat area of a hook or near
9. Do not operate winch in an improperly equipped or wire rope spooling onto or off of the winch drum.
maintained condition. 8. Always rig loads properly and carefully.
10. Do not attach winch to an unsafe foundation. All bolts and 9. Be certain load is properly seated in the saddle of the hook.
foundations should have a higher load carrying capacity than Do not support the load on the tip of the hook.
the wire rope on winch. 10. Do not “side pull” or “yard”.
11. Do not operate winch if any personnel are near the line of 11. Keep everyone clear of load path.
force or where they are likely to come into contact with 12. Do not lift a load over people.
moving parts. 13. Ease slack out of wire rope when starting a lift or pull. Do
12. All signs and warning notices must be permanently posted not jerk the load.
on winch. 14. Do not swing a suspended load.
13. Keep a minimum of three wraps of wire rope on drum at all 15. Do not leave a suspended load unattended.
times. 16. Never operate a winch with twisted, kinked or damaged wire
14. Never leave an unattended load suspended. rope.
15. Wire rope must spool off drum from the top away from the 17. Be aware of load positions at all times to avoid moving load
operator. into hazardous situations.
18. Never use wire rope as a sling.
19. After use, or when in a non-operational mode, the winch
General Operating Instructions should be secured against unauthorized and unwarranted use.
The following warnings and operating instructions have been
adapted in part from American National (Safety) Standard ASME
B30.7 and are intended to avoid unsafe operating practices which
might lead to injury or property damage.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 5
WARNING TAG AND LABELS

Each winch is shipped from the factory with warning tag and
labels shown. If tag and labels are not attached to your winch,
order new tag and labels and install. Refer to parts list for part
numbers. Tag and labels are shown smaller than actual size. TM

Personnel lifting with this winch is STRICTLY LIMITED to off-shore


marine applications specifically approved by maritime regulatory
bodies. Regulatory bodies, not the manufacturer, have determined
suitable use. Use for man-lifting ONLY IN APPLICATIONS
SPECIFICALLY APPROVED by regulatory bodies.
71108856/A

Read the latest edition of DO NOT REMOVE


ASME B30.7. Comply with other
federal, state and local rules. THIS LABEL.

(CONTINUED FROM
OTHER SIDE)

WHEN OPERATING WINCH:


• Do not lift loads over people.
• Keep hands, clothing, jewelry, etc. away from wire rope,
drum and other moving parts.
• Stop winch before touching wire rope.
Failure to follow these warnings may result in death,
severe injury or property damage. • Ensure wire rope spools evenly across drum width and each
wrap is tight to drum and previous wrap.
BEFORE OPERATING WINCH: • Ensure tension is applied to wire rope when spooling.
• Be aware of load position at all times to avoid moving load into
• Do not operate before reading manual(s) supplied with hazardous situations.
this winch. • Do not lift or pull load into support structure or winch.
• Inspect winch, wire rope and rigging prior to every shift. • Do not run wire rope over sharp edges, use approved diameter
• Ensure all winch components and attachments are sheaves.
functioning and properly adjusted. • Ensure load does not exceed winch, wire rope & rigging ratings.
• Keep everyone clear of load path.
71124887 (manrider winches)

71124887 (manrider winches)


• Keep a minimum of 3 wraps of wire rope on drum at all times.
• Ensure winch anchors and supporting structure are secure and (Minimum of 4 wraps required for ASME A10.22 compliance.)
in good condition. • Immediately stop operation if load does not respond to winch
• Ensure winch supply cables and hoses are in good condition control.
and connections are tight. • Wear hearing and eye protection.
• Do not operate if malfunctioning or damage is found. • Ensure brakes hold prior to making complete lift by lifting load
• Use only approved rigging methods. a short distance and releasing control.
• Do not make unauthorized modifications. • Use only in a well ventilated area.
• Use guards to avoid possible hazards. • Keep clear of motor exhaust.
• Ensure an accessible shut off valve has been installed in the air • Do not allow wire rope storage to exceed drum flange diameter.
supply line and make others aware of its location. • Always shut off air or power supply before servicing or leaving
• Use caution when operating in extremely cold temperatures. winch unattended.
• Do not remove or obscure this or any other warning label.

READ ADDITIONAL WARNINGS ON OTHER SIDE. READ ADDITIONAL WARNINGS ON OTHER SIDE.

6 MHD56234 - Edition 3
SPECIFICATIONS

Air Rated Operating Pressure 6.3 bar/630 kPa (90 psig)


System Air Consumption (at rated pressure and load) 62 scfm 1.75 cu.m/min
Rated Performance (at Full Drum Line Pull 330 lbs 150 kg
rated pressure/volume) (1) Full Drum Line Speed 95 fpm 29 mpm
Sound Pressure Level (dBA) (2, 3) 85 dBA
Sound Power Level (dBA) (2) 96 dBA
Winch Net Weight
(without wire rope) 12 in. (305 mm) long drum 620 lbs 281 kg

Air Motor Port Inlet Size 1/2 in. NPT


Minimum Air System Hose Size 0.75 in. 19 mm
Wire Rope Size 10 mm
Maximum Foundation Anchor Shear Force at One Capscrew (4) 75 lbs 334 N
Drum Barrel Diameter 10.75 in. 273 mm
Drum Flange Diameter 19 in. 483 mm

Notes:
1. Performance based on 6.3 bar/630 kPa (90 psig) operating pressure.
2. Sound measurements have been made in accordance with ISO 11201, ISO 3744-3746 and ISO 4871 test specifications for sound from
pneumatic equipment. Readings shown are based on the average noise level of each winch configuration, proportionate to the utilized
time in a regular cycle.
3. Lpc (Peak Sound Pressure) does not exceed 130 dB.
4. Occurs when wire rope take-off from drum equals zero degree angle of inclination. Values based on wire rope at third layer and rated
line pull.

Line Speed @ Minimum Load Wire Rope Storage Capacity


150 kg (330 lb) for Emergency 8 in. (203 mm) 12 in. (305 mm) 16 in. (406 mm) 24 in. (610 mm)
Layer Load Lowering Drum Drum Drum Drum
fpm mpm lb kg ft m ft m ft m ft m
1 82 25 200 91 56 17 86 26 116 35 175 53
2 85 26 187 85 116 35 178 54 239 73 361 110
3 87 26.5 176 80 180 55 275 84 370 113 560 171
4 89 27 166 75 248 76 378 115 509 155 770 235
5 91 27.7 158 72 319 97 487 148 655 200 991 302
6 93 28.3 150 68 395 120 602 183 810 247 1225 373
7 94 28.6 140 64 474 144 723 220 972 296 1470 448
8 95 29 136 62 556 169 849 259 1142 348 1727 526
* Operate winch at speeds as slow as practical to ensure personnel safety.
** Wire rope storage capacity based on DNV and NMD standards of 2.5 times wire rope diameter below drum flange. Wire rope storage
capacities listed may vary from figures stated elsewhere.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 7
Model Code Explanation

Example: FA150KGMR12-1-60-C-E FA 150KG MR 12 - 1 - 60 - C - E

Series

FA = Force 5 Air Powered


Capacity: (based on wire rope at full drum)
150KG = 330 lb [150 kg] Man Rider Rating
Man Rider Designation:
MR = Man Rider
Drum Length:
8 = 8 inches (203 mm)
12 = 12 inches (305 mm)
16 = 16 inches (406 mm)
24 = 24 inches (610 mm)
Control:
1 = Winch mounted lever throttle (Standard)
3XX = Remote pilot pendant throttle (XX = Specify hose length (feet). Maximum 50 ft (15 metres)) includes
automatic band brake
RC-F = Winch with remote “float” control console includes automatic band brake †
Wire Rope Take-off Range:
Blank = 75° - 90°
60 = 60° - 75°
45 = 45° - 60°
0 = 0° - 45°, where 0° is horizontal
Design Temperature:
Blank = 0° C (32° F) or warmer
C = -20° C (-4° F)
Options:
M1 = Typical Material Certificates (2.2)*
M2 = As-received traceability*
M3 = As-shipped traceability*
N = Type approval (specify ABS or DNV) ††
Q = Special Paint ††
W = Witness Testing ††
X = Testing ††
-E = Compliance with European Machinery Directive (includes emergency stop and overload protection)
Notes:
* Refer to ‘Traceability’ on page 4 for a description of the differences between M1, M2 and M3.
† Not covered in this manual.
†† If N, Q, W or X are entered, the details must be specified in the text of the sales order.

8 MHD56234 - Edition 3
Performance Graph

318 700 70 1.98


1st Layer Half Drum
1st Layer
272 600 60 1.70
Half Drum Full Drum

Air Consumption (m³/min)


Air Consumption (scfm)
227 500 50 1.42

Line Pull (lbs)


Line Pull (kg)
Full Drum
181 400 40 1.13

136 300 30 0.85

91 200 20 0.57

45 100 10 0.28

0 0 0 0
1 21 41 61 81 101 121 141 161 181
Line Speed (ft/min)

0.30 6 12 19 25 31 37 43 49 55
Line Speed (m/min)
(Dwg. MHP2290)

During winch operation a sprag type clutch in the disc brake


Description
allows drum rotation in the haul-in direction with disc brake
FA150KGMR winches are air powered, planetary geared units engaged. This ensures brake will respond quickly to hold the load
designed for transporting personnel. FA150KGMR winches are when winch operation stops. Operation of winch in the payout
supplied with an internal automatic disc brake and either a direction directs pressurized air to brake piston to overcome spring
manual or automatic drum band brake. force and release brake. When the payout operation is complete air
is vented and brake is automatically applied.
Output from the externally mounted piston air motor is
transmitted through a coupling and shaft to the planetary The drum band brake operates by applying a friction force
reduction gear assembly. between the drum band and winch drum. The manual brake
requires an operator to engage and disengage the brake using a
The output from the planetary reduction gear assembly is handle located on the brake band. The automatic drum band brake
connected to the wire rope drum through the output shaft. operation is similar to the disc brake with the following
The disc brake attaches to the inboard upright at motor end and is exception: the automatic drum band brake fully disengages in
connected to the input sun gear through brake shaft. The disc both the haul-in and payout directions.
brake is automatically applied when winch is in neutral or
operated in the haul-in direction; disengaged when winch is
operated in the payout direction.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 9
INSTALLATION

Prior to installing winch, carefully inspect it for possible shipping Winch Bolt Hole Mounting Dimensions
damage.
B B
Winch gearbox and disc brake are supplied fully lubricated from
C
factory. Check oil levels and adjust as necessary before operating
winch. Refer to “LUBRICATION” section on page 23 for
recommended oils.

Drum A
CAUTION
• Owners and users are advised to examine specific, local or
other regulations, including American National Standards
Institute and/or OSHA Regulations which may apply to a
particular type of use of this product before installing or (Dwg. MHP2288)
putting winch to use.
Table 1: Mounting Bolt Hole Dimensions
Mounting Drum Length (inches)
Dimension
Refer to Dwg. MHP2288 on page 10 and Table 1 on page 10. 8 12 16 24
Care must be taken when moving, positioning or mounting winch. in. 20
Winch has lifting eyes welded to both uprights to assist in moving “A”
mm 508
the unit. Attach hooks or a suitable sling to these eyes when
moving winch. Refer to “SPECIFICATIONS” section on page 7 to in. 7 9 7.5* 10*
“B”
determine winch weight. mm 178 229 190* 254*
in. 0.69
Mount winch so drum axis is horizontal and motor control valve “C”
pad is not more than 15 degrees off top vertical center. If winch is mm 18
to be mounted in an inverted position, the motor case must be * 4 mounting bolt holes in each side.
rotated to position control valve pad at the top and adequate
clearance must be provided for control valve operation.
Wire Rope
Position winch to provide unrestricted access to winch control
valve.
Do not mount winch in a vertical position, with motor up or down. CAUTION
Reduction gear box lubrication is not designed for this type of
installation. • Maintain at least 3 tight wraps of wire rope on drum at all
times. Refer to Dwg. MHP0498 on page 12.
1. Winch mounting surface must be flat and of sufficient
strength to handle rated load plus the weight of the winch and Install winch so that wire rope, when at take-off angle limits,
attached equipment. An inadequate foundation may cause shown in Dwg. MHP2269 on page 10, does not contact mounting
distortion or twisting of the winch uprights and side rails surface. Install winch with single part wire rope reeving only.
resulting in winch damage.
2. Make sure mounting surface is flat to within 1/16 in. (1.6 Wire Rope Take-off Angles
mm). Shim if necessary.
3. Mounting bolts must be 5/8 in. NC (16 mm) Grade 8 or
better. Use self-locking nuts or nuts with lockwashers. 75˚-90˚
4. Tighten mounting bolts evenly and torque to 220 ft lbs (298 60˚-75˚
Nm) for dry thread fasteners. If fasteners are plated,
lubricated or a thread-locking compound is used, torque to
170 ft lbs (231 Nm). 45˚-60˚
Arm configuration
5. Maintain a fleet angle between the lead sheave and winch of will vary depending
no more than 1-1/2 degrees. The lead sheave must be on a on wire rope take
center line with the drum and, for every inch (25 mm) of off angle.
drum length, be at least 1.6 ft (0.5 m) from the drum. Refer
to Dwg. MHP0498 on page 12.

View From End


Opposite Motor
(Dwg. MHP2269)
10 MHD56234 - Edition 3
Wire Rope Selection Spooling Wire Rope onto Winch Drum

Consult a reputable wire rope manufacturer or distributor for


assistance in selecting the appropriate type and size of wire rope Overwound
and, where necessary, a protective coating. Use a wire rope that
provides an adequate safety factor to handle the actual working CORRECT
load and that meets all applicable industry, trade association, Winch Wire Rope
federal, state and local regulations. Drum Spooling Spool

When considering wire rope requirements the actual working load


must include not only the static or dead load but also loads Underwound
resulting from acceleration, retardation and shock load.
Consideration must also be given to the size of the winch wire
rope drum, sheaves and method of reeving. Wire rope CORRECT
construction must be 10 mm EIPS 6 X 19 IWRC with a minimum Winch
Drum Wire Rope Spool
breaking strength of 15,690 lbs (69.8 kN) right lay to assist Spooling
spooling. Refer to Table 2.

Table 2: Wire Rope Size


Wire Rope Anchor Size
Part No.
71387781 10 mm INCORRECT
Winch Wire Rope
Drum Spool
Installing Wire Rope Spooling
(Dwg. MHP2450)
Refer to Dwg. MHP0166 on page 11.
1. Cut wire rope to length in accordance with wire rope
manufacturer’s instructions. CAUTION
2. Feed end of wire rope into wire rope anchor hole in drum
and pull through approximately 1 ft (305 mm) of wire rope. • Make sure the first wrap of wire rope is tight and lies flush
against drum flange.
Sleeve • Ensure correct wire rope anchor is used.
Wire • Do not spool from drum to winch using the slack line
detector assembly.
End Strands
Safe Wire Rope Handling Procedures
Core Strand
1. Always use gloves when handling wire rope.
2. Never use wire rope which is frayed or kinked.
3. Never use wire rope as a sling.
4. Always ensure wire rope is correctly spooled and the first
layer is tight against the drum.
5. Always follow wire rope manufacturer’s recommendations
Split Wedge on use and maintenance of wire rope.
(Dwg. MHP0166)
Wire Rope Spooling
3. Wrap wire rope with wire a distance from the end 2-5/8 in.
(60.3 mm). To compensate for uneven spooling and the decrease in line pull
4. Slide sleeve over end of wire rope so larger diameter of taper capacity as the drum fills up, use as short a wire rope as practical.
bore is nearest the end of wire rope. When winding, apply tension to the end of the wire rope to eliminate
5. Spread end strands of wire rope and insert split wedge until line slack. This helps achieve level winding and tight spooling.
it is below the end of wire rope.
6. Pull sleeve over wire rope end until tight. Check that wire
rope strands stay in the slots located on split wedge.
7. Pull wire rope anchor into position in drum anchor pocket.
CAUTION
• Do not feed wire rope through slack wire roller for spooling
WARNING operation. This may cause damage to slack line arm.

• Install wire rope to come off drum in an overwind position.


Improper installation of wire rope can result in failure of disc
brake to hold load and prevent overload device operation.
Refer to Dwg. MHP2269 on page 10 and Dwg. MHP2450 on
page 11.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 11
Wire Rope and Fleet Angle Installation Drawing 2. Loosen green setscrew in center of limit switch, below
access cover.
3. Position winch wire rope at desired payout position.
4. Rotate left cam adjustment screw counterclockwise until it
fully activates cutoff valve, causing system air to vent. 2.75
turns of the cam adjustment screw are required for each full
cam revolution.
5. Hold cam adjustment screw in position (venting air) and
tighten blue setscrew to lock cam in place.
6. If required, adjust haul-in limit switch. Test winch setpoints
by operating winch through three complete cycles to ensure
consistent limit switch operation within +/- 2 ft (0.7 m) of
setpoints.
7. Install access cover when final adjustments are complete.

Limit Switch Adjustment

Payout Haul-In
Turn Screw Turn Screw
Counter- Clockwise
(Dwg. MHP0498) clockwise to adjust.
to adjust.
‘A’ = 1.6 feet (0.5 metre) per inch of drum length: Red
Green Setscrew
‘A’ = 12.8 feet (3.9 metres) for 8 inch drum. Setscrew
‘A’ = 19.2 feet (5.85 metres) for 12 inch drum. (Dwg. MHP0607)
‘A’ = 25.6 feet (7.8 metres) for 16 inch drum.
‘A’ = 38.4 feet (11.7 metres) for 24 inch drum. To set for maximum wire rope haul-in:
1. Remove cover plate from top of limit switch assembly (462).
Notes: 2. Loosen red setscrew in center of limit switch, below access
1. Maintain a minimum of 3 tight wraps of wire rope on drum cover.
at all times. 3. Position winch wire rope at desired haul-in position.
2. Ensure wire rope does not exceed top layer requirement. 4. Rotate right cam adjustment screw clockwise until it fully
Refer to “SPECIFICATIONS” section on page 7. activates cutoff valve, causing system air to vent. 2.75 turns
of cam adjustment screw are required for each full cam
Slack Line Detector revolution.
5. Hold cam adjustment screw in position (venting air) and
Refer to Dwg. MHP2266 on page 46. tighten red setscrew.
Before adjusting slack line detector remove one shoulder screw 6. If required, adjust payout limit switch. Test winch setpoints
(524) from outboard stop bracket (507). Store in threaded hole on by operating winch through three complete cycles to ensure
opposite side of winch on the inboard support bracket (508). consistent limit switch operation within +/- 2 ft (0.7 m) of
setpoints.
7. Install access cover when final adjustments are complete.
NOTICE
Rigging
• To avoid damage to limit valve (513), use shoulder screw
(524) to lock slack line detector for shipping, maintenance and Make sure all wire rope blocks, tackle and fasteners have a safety
storage purposes. margin sufficient to handle the required load under all conditions.
Do not allow wire rope to contact sharp edges or make sharp
To adjust slack line detector, with wire rope installed on drum: bends which will cause damage to wire rope. Use a sheave. Refer
1. Loosen capscrew (514) on actuator bracket (505). to wire rope manufacturer’s handbook for proper sizing, use and
2. Feed wire rope end between take-off rollers (501), and care of wire rope.
remove slack from wire rope.
3. Rotate actuator bracket (505) until it contacts the limit
switch (481). Tighten capscrew (514). Safe Installation Procedures

1. Do not use wire rope as a ground (earth) for welding.


Limit Switch 2. Do not attach a welding electrode to winch or wire rope.
3. Never run the wire rope over a sharp edge. Use a correctly
Refer to Dwgs. MHP2471 on page 50 and MHP0607 on page 12. sized sheave.
Operate winch in both directions to activate limit switches. Limit 4. When a lead sheave is used, it must be aligned with the
switches should engage at established setting +/- 2 ft (0.7 m), and center of the drum. The diameter of the lead sheave must be
prevent winch operation until reset by shifting winch operating at least 18 times the diameter of the wire rope. Refer to Dwg.
direction. MHP0498 on page 12.
5. Always maintain at least 3 full, tight wraps of wire rope on
To set for maximum wire rope payout: the drum.
1. Remove cover plate from top of limit switch (462).

12 MHD56234 - Edition 3
Air Supply Air Pressure Regulator

Air supply must be clean, free from moisture and lubricated to Refer to Dwg. MHP0191 on page 13.
ensure optimum motor performance. Foreign particles, moisture If an air pressure regulator is used, install between lubricator and
and lack of lubrication are primary causes of premature motor filter as shown. Exceeding rated pressures may cause tripping of
wear and breakdown. Using an air filter, lubricator and moisture overload valve.
separator will improve overall winch performance and reduce
unscheduled downtime. Moisture in Air Lines
Air consumption is 62 scfm (1.75 cu.m/min.) at rated operating Moisture that reaches the air motor through air supply lines is a
pressure of 90 psig (6.3 bar/630 kPa) at Emergency Stop Valve primary factor in determining the length of time between service
1/2 in. NPT inlet. If air supply varies from what is recommended, overhauls. Moisture traps can help to eliminate moisture. Other
winch performance will change. methods, such as an air receiver which collects moisture before it
reaches the motor, an aftercooler at the compressor that cools the
Exceeding 90 psi (6.3 bar/630 kPa) may cause inadvertent air to condense and collect moisture prior to distribution through
activation of the overload device. the supply lines are also helpful.

Air Lines
Air Out
Regulator
The inside diameter of the winch air supply lines must not be less
than the size shown in Table 3 on page 13. Prior to making final
connections, all air supply lines should be purged with clean,
moisture free air or nitrogen before connecting to winch inlet.
Supply lines should be as short and straight as installation Air In
conditions will permit. Long transmission lines and excessive use
of fittings, elbows, tees, globe valves, etc. cause a reduction in
pressure due to restrictions and surface friction in the lines.
Lubricator
Table 3
Minimum Allowable Air Supply Line Sizes
Filter
Model inch mm
FA150KGMR 3/4 19
(Dwg. MHP0191)

Air Line Lubricator Motor (full flow and pendant control)

Refer to Dwg. MHP0191 on page 13. For optimum performance provide an air supply of 90 psig at
Always use an air line lubricator with these motors. Lubricator 62 scfm (6.3 bar/630 kPa at 1.75 cu.m/min) for FA150KGMR
must have an inlet and outlet at least as large as the inlet on motor. winches. Winch should be installed as near as possible to the
Install air line lubricator as close to air inlet on motor as possible. compressor or air receiver. Recommended pressures and volumes
are measured at the point of entry to emergency stop valve.

CAUTION Mufflers
• Lubricator must be located no more than 10 ft (3 m) from the
Refer to Dwg. MHP2277 on page 60.
motor.
Ensure mufflers are installed in exhaust ports of control valve and
• Shut off air supply before filling air line lubricator.
motor. Check mufflers periodically to ensure they are functioning
correctly.
Air line lubricator should be replenished daily and set to provide
6 to 9 drops per minute of ISO VG 32 (SAE 10W) oil. A fine mist
will be exhausted from the throttle control valve when the air line Initial Winch Operating Checks
lubricator is functioning properly.
Winches are tested for proper operation prior to leaving factory.
Before winch is placed into service the following initial operating
Air Line Filter
checks should be performed.
Refer to Dwg. MHP0191 on page 13. 1. When first running motor, inject light oil into inlet
It is recommended that an air line strainer/filter be installed as connection to provide initial lubrication.
close as practical to motor air inlet port, but before the lubricator, 2. When first operating the winch, it is recommended that
to prevent dirt from entering motor. Strainer/filter should provide motor be driven slowly in both directions for a few minutes.
20 micron filtration and include a moisture trap. Clean strainer/ 3. Check Emergency Stop operation. Refer to “OPERATION”
filter periodically to maintain its operating efficiency. section on page 16.
4. Check Limit Switch operation. Refer to “OPERATION”
section on page 17.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 13
For winches that have been in storage the following start-up 2. Pour a small amount of ISO VG 32 (SAE 10W) oil in motor
procedures are required. inlet port.
1. Give winch an inspection conforming to the requirements of 3. Operate motor for 10 seconds in both directions to flush out
‘Winches Not in Regular Use’ in “INSPECTION” section on any impurities.
page 19. 4. Check to ensure oil levels are “full.”
5. The winch is now ready for normal use.

Full Flow Controls

Brake
Cylinder Torque
Limiter Winch
Valve Motor
Emergency
Emergency Brake
Brake Release
Release Valve
Air Source

Slack Line Payout Haul-in Haul-in Payout


Limit Switch Limit Switch Limit Switch

Winch
Control
Valve
Pilot
Valve

Shut-off
Stop Valve

On

Main Air
Source
Pilot Air Controls
Brake
Cylinder
Quick
Exhaust
Valve
Torque
Limiter Winch
Valve Motor
Emergency
Brake
Release Emergency
Air Source Brake
Haul-in Payout Release
Payout Slack Line Valve Winch
Limit Switch Limit Switch Control
Valve

Haul-in Shut-off
Limit Switch Valve
Stop

On

Main Air
Source
(Dwg. MHP2267)

14 MHD56234 - Edition 3
OPERATION

It is recommended that the user and owner check all appropriate 8. When personnel are suspended, a signal person must be
and applicable regulations before placing this product into use. provided unless operator has line of sight. Signals must be
visible to the operator at all times.
The four most important aspects of winch operation are: 9. Rider suspension devices shall be in accordance with all
1. Follow all safety instructions when operating the winch. applicable codes and regulations.
2. Allow only people trained in safety and operation of this 10. Bridles and associated hardware for the man riding device
winch to operate this equipment. shall not be used for any other service.
3. Subject each winch to a regular inspection and maintenance 11. If a slack wire rope condition occurs the hoisting
procedure. mechanisms shall be inspected to assure wire rope is
4. Be aware of winch capacity and weight of load at all times. properly spooled onto drum and through sheaves. When
slack wire has been detected, operator must determine and
rectify problem prior to resuming operation.
WARNING
• Do not lift loads over people. Training

Program
CAUTION
The employer shall provide and implement a training program for
• Verify limit switch operation to ensure man riding device all supervisors and employees engaged in the operation of raising,
does not contact sheave. lowering or suspending personnel platforms from a winch load
line so that they are familiar with the requirements of the hoisting
Operators must be physically competent. Operators must not have system and are able to recognize the associated hazards and take
a health condition which might affect their ability to act, and they appropriate measures. Records of training programs shall be
must have good hearing, vision and depth perception. The winch maintained.
operator must be carefully instructed in his duties and must
understand the operation of the winch, including a study of the Planning Meeting
manufacturer’s literature. The operator must thoroughly
understand proper methods of hitching loads and must have a A meeting attended by the winch operator, signal persons, persons
good attitude regarding safety. It is the operator’s responsibility to to be lifted and the person in charge of the task to be performed is
refuse to operate the winch under unsafe conditions. required to be held to plan and review the procedures to be
1. Lifting and lowering speeds are operator controlled and followed, including procedures for entering and leaving the man
should be as slow as practical. Ingersoll-Rand recommends riding device, the use of safety equipment, signals, and the lift
that you do not exceed 100 ft (30 m) per minute. Any chart information.
applicable codes and standards should be followed.
2. Personnel being lifted or lowered must be alert to obstacles
and hazards during movement. NOTICE
3. If a personnel platform is used and is not landed on a solid
surface, it shall be tied to the structure before personnel get • This meeting shall be held prior to the beginning of
off or on. personnel hoisting operations at each new work location and
4. Tag lines shall be used where practical. thereafter for any new employees assigned to the operation.
5. The winch operator shall remain at the controls at all times
when handling personnel.
6. Handling of personnel shall be discontinued upon indication
Winch Controls
of any impending danger. A spring loaded, motor-mounted, manual throttle control valve is
supplied as a standard feature on these winches. Optional remote
pendant controls are also available. Reference the model code on
WARNING winch nameplate and compare it to “SPECIFICATIONS” section
on page 7 to determine winch configuration. The throttle control
• Maintain at least 3 wraps of wire rope on the drum at all
provides operator control of motor speed and direction of drum
times.
rotation.
Operate winch throttle control using smooth, even movements. Do
7. The man riding device shall be raised approximately 1 ft
not slam or jerk throttle controls during operation.
(30 cm) and inspected to ensure that it is secure prior to
personnel occupancy. Before raising or lowering personnel,
the following conditions shall exist: Winch Mounted Air Throttle
a. Wire rope shall be free of kinks.
b. Winch shall be reeved for single part line which avoids Refer to Dwg. MHP2480 on page 16.
obstructions and interference. The spring loaded, manual control throttle mounts to the air motor.
c. The primary point of wire rope attachment shall be As viewed from the air motor end, move the control throttle
centered over the man riding device to reduce tilting and handle to the right (clockwise) to payout wire rope and to the left
swinging the suspended person. (counterclockwise) to haul-in wire rope. Avoid sudden movements
of the control valve to ensure smooth operation of the winch.
When released, handle will return to the neutral or center position.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 15
CAUTION
Haul-in Payout
• To avoid damaging the pendant hose, make sure the strain
relief cable is slightly shorter than hose lengths to ensure hoses
are not stretched.

Emergency Stop

The Emergency Stop button, when activated, will immediately


stop all winch operations. The Emergency Stop button will
remain depressed after activation. To reset Emergency Stop
button, twist (rotate) Emergency Stop button clockwise until
button releases and spring returns to its original position. Press
“ON” button.

For winches equipped with pendant, an Emergency Stop button is


mounted both on winch and pendant. Activation of either button
will stop the winch. After resetting Emergency Stop button winch
can only be turned on by pressing “ON” button at the pendant.
(Dwg. MHP2480) Pendant Operation

Remote Pilot Pendant Throttle (optional feature)

Refer to Dwg. MHP1892 and MHP2295 on page 16.


Provides for remote winch control at distances up to 50 ft
(15 m) away from the winch motor. Contact the factory for
distances greater than 50 ft (15 m). Pilot air hoses connect the
pendant to the winch motor pilot air valve to provide winch
operation. The pendant control is a two lever movable control
station which controls payout and haul-in.
Direction of winch drum rotation is determined by the pendant Emergency Stop
lever depressed. Air is directed from the pendant into the pilot Button
valve. The pilot valve spool shifts to direct control air into the
winch motor to operate the winch in the desired direction. Winch “ON”
operation must correspond to the directions indicated by the Button
arrows located on the pendant levers.
Press pendant levers using smooth, even movements. To operate Winch
the winch using the pendant: Control Levers
1. To operate in the haul-in direction, press the ‘RIGHT’ lever. Pendant
2. To operate in the payout direction, press the ‘LEFT’ lever. Handle
3. To throttle operating speed regulate the amount the lever is
pressed. Press lever completely for maximum speed; press
lever partially for slower speeds. (Dwg. MHP1892)
4. To stop haul-in or payout operation release the lever. Lever
will spring return to off and winch motor will stop. Hose Connection Ports

A (Supply) D (E-Stop)
NOTICE
B (Haul-in)
• Pendant haul-in and payout levers provide variable speed B (Payout)
C (On)
operation. For low speed operation push appropriate lever
slightly; for full speed operation push appropriate lever fully. On Button
E (Stop Button)
Pendant (Dwg. MHP2295)

Check that all hose connections are tight and that hoses are not
twisted or crimped. Refer to Dwg. MHP2295 on page 16 for hose
connections. Pendant lengths up to 50 ft (15 m) are available.
Contact the factory for pendant lengths greater than 50 ft (15 m).

16 MHD56234 - Edition 3
To drain, locate and remove oil level, pipe plug (121) in bottom of
Winch Brakes
motor housing (118). Any fluid drained should be disposed of in
an environmentally safe manner.
Automatic Disc Brake

The automatic disc brake is spring applied, air released. When the Slack Line Detector
winch is operated in payout direction, air pressure acting on the
piston overcomes spring force and releases brake. The brake
automatically engages when winch operation is returned from CAUTION
payout direction to neutral. When winch is in neutral or haul-in
• Slack line detector and limit switch functions are not
positions the brake air is vented and brake springs apply the brake.
operable when emergency release valve is activated.
The springs, acting on the brake piston, compress brake friction
and separator plates and engage brake to prevent drum rotation in
Refer to Dwg. MHP2266 on page 46.
payout direction.
If slack line exists between winch and sheave, slack line detector
The cam type sprag clutch assembly allows drum rotation in haul-
limit switch valve stops wire rope payout. When slack wire has
in direction with brake plates engaged, but prevents drum from
been detected, operator must determine and rectify problem prior
rotating in payout direction.
to resuming operation.
A minimum air pressure of 60 psi (410 kPa/4.1 bar) is required to
release brake.
Slack Line Detector arms may vary in design depending on
required take-off angle. Ensure correct arms are used for desired
Disc brake adjustment is not required. If disc brake does not
take-off angle.
operate properly it must be disassembled, inspected and repaired.

Manual Drum Brake (winch mounted throttle) WARNING


Refer to Dwg. MHP2265 on page 44. • Operator and signal persons must watch for any conditions
The manual drum brake may be applied by pushing down on the that allow slack wire rope to exist between sheave and lifted
handle and released by pulling up. By pushing the handle down person which may not be sensed by the slack wire detector. If
fully, it will go over-center and lock in that position, preventing slack wire condition is noticed, all winch operations must cease
drum rotation. The drum brake must be kept properly adjusted to until problem is rectified.
hold the required load. Refer to ‘Adjustments’ on page 25, in the
“MAINTENANCE” section. If brake band cannot be adjusted to
hold the rated load, the brake must be disassembled, inspected and Press Roller
repaired.
Refer to Dwg. MHP2268 on page 48.
The press roller, positioned between drum flanges, assists proper
Automatic Drum Brake (remote control) spooling of wire rope onto the drum and maintains tight wraps
when winch is not in operation. Ensure wire rope is always
Refer to Dwg. MHP2265 on page 44. trapped between press roller and drum barrel. Press roller
The automatic drum brake is a spring applied, air released, adjustments are not required.
externally mounted brake which uses an air actuated, spring
loaded cylinder to disengage the brake when the motor is operated
in either the haul-in or payout directions. Air pressure directed to Limit Switches
the cylinder overcomes spring force to release brake and allow
Pre-set limit switch settings prevent winch wire rope payout and
drum to rotate.
haul-in by stopping air flow to the winch motor when a set point
When the control valve is placed in the neutral position, air in the
has been reached. It is the owner’s and operator’s responsibility to
cylinder is vented which allows the cylinder spring to engage
adjust winch operating limits prior to using the winch to transport
brake and prevent drum rotation.
personnel. To adjust the limit switch set points refer to the
“INSTALLATION” section on page 12.
Adjustments to the cylinder clevis can be made to compensate for
normal brake lining wear. The drum brake must be kept properly
adjusted to hold the required load. Refer to ‘Adjustments’ on page Emergency Lowering
25, in the “MAINTENANCE” section. If brake band cannot be
adjusted to hold rated load, the brake must be disassembled, The following information is provided to allow for emergency
inspected and repaired. lowering of a person if air supply is lost to the winch. These
procedures should be used if no other method of safely lowering
personnel is available.
Winch Motor
Draining Motor Housing Winch Brake Configuration
Refer to Dwgs. MHP2481 on page 40 and MHP2258 on page 56.
During normal operation moisture can collect in the motor Man Rider winches are supplied with a manual or automatic
housing. This accumulation should be drained regularly. drum brake and a disc brake.
Excess moisture in the housing will decrease bearing life. In If your winch has a manual drum brake, it can be used to regulate
addition, freezing moisture can damage motor components. the descent of the person when one of the options listed below is
used.
When air supply is lost, winch disc brake and automatic drum
brake are engaged.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 17
Emergency Lowering Precautions Automatic Band Brake and Disc Brake
Have one operator stationed at the Emergency Lowering Device
1. Emergency lowering operations must be performed by a with second operator visually monitoring suspended person. Refer
minimum of two personnel trained in the operation of the to steps 1 and 2 under ‘Manual Band Brake and Disc Brake’
winch. Instructions.
2. Communication must be established between lifted person
and winch operators. Operators should be able to visually Alternative Measures
monitor lifted person until landed.
3. If line of sight between operators and lifted person is not If the air brake release methods listed above do not allow the
possible, signals must be conveyed to the operators. person to lower, there may not be enough weight to overcome the
4. The winch must be isolated from the supply air system natural mechanical resistance of the winch gearbox and motor.
during emergency lowering operations. The minimum load for emergency lowering is 200 lbs (91 kg) on
the first layer.*
Emergency Lowering Procedure
* Refer to “SPECIFICATIONS” section for minimum load at
Use the following options for lowering in an emergency. different layers.

Manual Band Brake and Disc Brake 1. If the motor will not backdrive, attach a line to the man riding
Have one operator stationed at the manual drum brake to slowly device and carefully pull down suspended person.
release and apply the manual drum brake when the air disc brake
is released by the Emergency Lowering Device.
1. The winch is equipped with an Emergency Lowering Device. WARNING
To activate the Emergency Lowering Device, remove pipe
• The line used to pull down the Man Riding device must be
plug from valve body and connect an air or nitrogen line of
attached in such a manner as to NOT pull on the suspended
60 psi (410 kPa/4.1 bar). Ensure the Emergency Stop button
person or tip the Man Riding device.
is in the off position (not activated). With one operator in
control of the manual drum brake, the other operator presses
2. Alternatively, send additional weight to the suspended person
and holds the Emergency Release valve button to begin
using another line. This weight must be secure and evenly
lowering. With maximum rated load, lowering speed can
distributed. Never exceed the capacity of the winch or man
reach 10 feet per minute (3 metres per minute). Speed may be
riding device.
improved by moving throttle lever in payout direction.
Release of valve button stops emergency lowering and sets
the disc brake.
2. If there is insufficient weight for Emergency Lowering CAUTION
Device to work refer to ‘Alternative Measures.’ • Any additional weight should be sent in small, easily handled
bundles and only enough to cause person to lower. When
Push Button lowering person in this manner the brake(s) can be used to
to Release control lowering by releasing air pressure or applying the
Brake band brake.

Remove Plug
and Connect
Auxiliary Air
to Port 1/4" NPT
(Dwg. MHP2289)

18 MHD56234 - Edition 3
INSPECTION

Inspection information is based in part on American National visual inspections should be conducted during regular operation
Standards Institute Safety Codes (ASME B30.7). for indications of damage or evidence of malfunction (such as
abnormal noises).

WARNING 1. WINCH. Prior to operation, visually inspect winch housings,


controls, brakes, side rails, uprights and drum for indications
• All new or repaired equipment should be inspected and of damage. Do not operate unless the wire rope feeds onto the
tested by personnel instructed in safety, operation and drum smoothly. Any discrepancies noted must be reviewed
maintenance of this equipment to ensure safe operation at and inspected further by authorized personnel instructed in
rated specifications before placing equipment in service. the operation, safety and maintenance of this winch.
• Never use a winch that inspection indicates is damaged. 2. WIRE ROPE. Visually inspect all wire rope which can be
expected to be in use during the day’s operations. Inspect for
Frequent and periodic inspections should be performed on wear and damage indicated by distortion of wire rope such
equipment in regular service. Frequent inspections are visual as kinking, “birdcaging,” core protrusion, main strand
examinations performed by operators or personnel trained in displacement, corrosion, broken or cut strands. If damage is
safety and operation of this equipment and include observations evident, do not operate winch until the discrepancies have
made during routine equipment operation. Periodic inspections been reviewed and inspected further by personnel
are thorough inspections conducted by personnel trained in the knowledgeable on wire rope safety and maintenance
safety, operation and maintenance of this equipment. procedures.
ASME B30.7 states inspection intervals depend upon the nature of
the critical components of the equipment and the severity of usage.
The inspection intervals recommended in this manual are based on NOTICE
intermittent operation of the winch eight hours each day, five days
per week, in an environment relatively free of dust, moisture, and • The full extent of wire rope wear cannot be determined by
corrosive fumes. If the winch is operated almost continuously or visual inspection. At any indication of wear inspect wire rope
more than eight hours each day, more frequent inspections will be in accordance with instructions in ‘Periodic Inspection.’
required.
Careful inspection on a regular basis will reveal potentially 3. AIR SYSTEM. Visually inspect all connections, fittings,
dangerous conditions while still in the early stages, allowing hoses and components for indication of air leaks. Repair any
corrective action to be taken before condition becomes dangerous. leaks or damage.
Deficiencies revealed through inspection, or noted during 4. PENDANT (optional feature). Ensure operation of pendant
operation, must be reported to designated personnel instructed in levers is smooth and winch is responsive to pendant control.
safety, operation and maintenance of this equipment. A Pendant levers must spring return to the neutral position
determination as to whether a condition constitutes a safety hazard when released.
must be decided, and the correction of noted safety hazards 5. MANUAL THROTTLE LEVER. Ensure operation of
accomplished and documented by written report before placing manual throttle lever is smooth and winch is responsive to
the equipment in service. lever movement. Lever must return to neutral and lock in
place when released. If winch responds slowly or controls
stick, do not operate winch until all problems have been
Records and Reports corrected.
Inspection records, listing all points requiring periodic inspection 6. BRAKES. During winch operation test brakes. Brakes must
should be maintained for all load bearing equipment. Written hold load without slipping. Automatic brakes must release
reports, based on severity of service, should be made on the when winch motor throttle is operated. If brakes do not hold
condition of critical parts as a method of documenting periodic load, or do not release properly, brakes must be adjusted or
inspections. These reports should be dated, signed by the person repaired.
who performed the inspection, and kept on file where they are 7. WIRE ROPE REEVING. Check reeving and ensure wire
readily available for authorized review. rope is properly secured to the drum. Do not operate winch
unless wire rope feeds onto drum smoothly.
8. LUBRICATION. Refer to “LUBRICATION” section on
Wire Rope Report page 23 for recommended procedures and lubricants.
9. LIMIT SWITCHES. Ensure limit switches engage and
Records should be maintained as part of a long-range wire rope prevent operation at the required set point and with drum
inspection program. Records should include the condition of wire rotating in correct direction. Ensure limit switch properly
rope removed from service. Accurate records will establish a resets.
relationship between visual observations noted during frequent 10. MOTOR. During operation check motor housing for excess
inspections and actual condition of wire rope as determined by heat build up. Housing should not be hot to touch. Listen for
periodic inspections. grinding or knocking noises. Ensure lubricated air supply
provides 6 to 9 drops per minute of ISO VG 46 (SAE 10W)
Frequent Inspection oil when winch is operated at rated capacity. Operate winch
slowly in both directions to verify operation.
On equipment in continuous service, frequent inspection should
be made by operators at the beginning of each shift. In addition,

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6. BRAKES. Individually test brakes installed to ensure proper
Periodic Inspection
operation. Brakes must hold a 125% rated load at mid-
Winch periodic inspection intervals vary depending on the drum without slipping. If indicated by poor operation or
conditions listed below: visible damage, disassemble and repair brake(s). Check all
brake surfaces for wear, deformation or foreign deposits.
NORMAL HEAVY SEVERE Clean and replace components as necessary. Adjustments
yearly semiannually quarterly can be made to the drum band brake to compensate for
normal brake lining wear. Refer to ‘Adjustments’ in
“MAINTENANCE” section on page 25. If brake band
Disassembly may be required as a result of frequent inspection
cannot be adjusted to hold rated load, replace brake band
findings or in order to properly inspect individual components.
assembly. Adjustments cannot be made to disc brake. The
Disassembly steps are described in “MAINTENANCE” section.
disc brake must be repaired as described in
Maintain written records of periodic inspections to provide an
“MAINTENANCE” section.
accumulative basis for continuing evaluation. Inspect all items
7. FOUNDATION or SUPPORTING STRUCTURE. Check for
listed in ‘Frequent Inspection’ on page 19. Also inspect the
distortion, wear and continued ability to support winch and
following:
rated load. Ensure winch is firmly mounted and that
1. SIDE RAILS and UPRIGHTS. Check for deformed, cracked
fasteners are in good condition and tight.
or corroded main components. Replace damaged parts.
8. LABELS and TAGS. Check for presence and legibility of
2. FASTENERS. Check retainer rings, split pins, capscrews,
labels. Replace if damaged or missing.
nuts and other fasteners on winch, including mounting bolts.
9. DRUM GUARD. Verify fasteners are tight and in good
Replace if missing or damaged and tighten if loose.
condition. Ensure guard is in good condition.
3. DRUM and SHEAVES. Check for cracks, wear or damage.
10. LIMIT SWITCH. Operate winch in both directions to
Replace if necessary.
activate limit switch. Limit switch must activate (stop winch
4. WIRE ROPE. In addition to “Frequent Inspection”
operation) at established settings (+/- 2 ft [+/- 0.6 m]). Reset
requirements, also inspect for the following:
limit switch by operating winch in opposite direction. Refer
a. Buildup of dirt and corrosion. Clean with steam or a stiff
to ‘Limit Switch’ in “INSTALLATION” section on page 12
wire brush to remove dirt and corrosion if necessary.
for adjustment procedures.
b. Loose or damaged end connection. Replace if loose or
11. EMERGENCY STOP VALVE. During winch operation
damaged.
verify emergency shut-off valve operation. Valve must stop
c. Check wire rope anchor is secure in drum.
winch operation quickly. Valve must reset properly. For
d. Verify wire rope diameter. Measure diameter of wire
procedures, refer to ‘Emergency Stop Valve’ in the
rope from crown-to-crown throughout the life of wire
“OPERATION” section on page 16.
rope. Recording of actual diameter should only be done
12. OVERLOAD DEVICE. Ensure overload device is properly
with wire rope under equivalent loading and in the same
set to stop winch in an overload condition. During operation
operating section as accomplished during previous
apply band brake, overload will set and winch will cease to
inspections. If actual diameter of wire rope has
operate. If winch does not shut down, contact your
decreased more than 1/64 in. (0.4 mm) a thorough
distributor or factory for repair information.
examination of wire rope should be conducted by an
13. PRESS ROLLER. Inspect rollers for wear and grooves.
experienced inspector to determine the suitability of
Ensure rollers freely rotate. Replace rollers if worn or
wire rope to remain in service. Refer to Dwg. MHP0056
grooved. Replace bearings if rotation is rough or stiff.
on page 20.
14. SLACK LINE DETECTOR. Inspect rollers for wear and
grooves. Ensure rollers freely rotate. Replace worn or
Wire grooved rollers.

Winches Not in Regular Use


Crown
to 1. Equipment which has been idle for a period of one month or
Crown more, but less than six months, shall be given an inspection
conforming to the requirements of ‘Frequent Inspection’ on
page 19 before being placed in service.
2. Equipment which has been idle for a period of over six
Wire Strand months shall be given a complete inspection conforming
with requirements of ‘Periodic Inspection’ on page 20 before
being placed in service.
One 3. Standby equipment shall be inspected at least semiannually
Lay in accordance with requirements of ‘Frequent Inspection’ on
page 19. In abnormal operating conditions equipment should
(Dwg. MHP0056)
be inspected at shorter intervals.
5. ALL COMPONENTS. Inspect for wear, damage, distortion,
deformation and cleanliness. If external evidence indicates
damage, disassemble as required to conduct a detailed
inspection. Inspect gears, shafts, bearings, sheaves, springs
and covers. Replace worn or damaged parts. Clean, lubricate
and reassemble.

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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REPORT

Ingersoll-Rand FA150KGMR Winch

Model Number: Date:

Serial Number: Inspected By:

Reason for Inspection: (Check Applicable Box)


1. Scheduled Periodic Inspection:
______ Quarterly ______ Semiannually ______ Yearly Operating Environment:
2. Discrepancies noted during Frequent Inspection
3. Discrepancies noted during Maintenance Normal _____ Heavy _____ Severe _____

4. Other: ________________________________________________
Refer to Parts, Operation and Maintenance Manual “INSPECTION” section for general inspection criteria. Also, refer to appropriate
National Standards and codes of practice. If in doubt about an existing condition, contact the nearest Ingersoll-Rand Distributor or the
factory for technical assistance.
CONDITION CORRECTIVE ACTION
COMPONENT NOTES
Pass Fail Repair Replace
Uprights and Side Rails

Drum Band Brake


(125% Load Test)
Automatic Disc Brake
(125% Load Test)
Drum Band Brake
(Visual Inspection)
Disc Brake
(Visual Inspection)
Motor

Hoses, Controls and Valves

Fasteners ---

Shafts and Gears ---

Labels and Tags ---

Slack Line Detector

Guard

Wire Rope and Anchor ---

Press Roller

TESTING Pass Fail NOTES


Operational (No Load)
Operational (10%)

Operational (Maximum Test Load *)

* Maximum test load is 125% of rated line pull at full drum.

This page may be copied and used as an Inspection/Maintenance Record.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 21
TROUBLESHOOTING

This section provides basic troubleshooting information. Determination of specific causes to problems are best identified by thorough
inspections performed by personnel instructed in safety, operation and maintenance of this equipment. The chart below provides a brief
guide to common winch symptoms, probable causes and remedies.

SYMPTOM CAUSE REMEDY


Winch will not No air supply to winch. Check air supply line connections and hoses.
operate. Winch is overloaded. Reduce load to within rated capacity. Verify overload settings.
Shipping plugs may still be in Remove shipping plugs in control valve.
place.
Drum brake not released. Disengage manual drum brake or refer to ‘Automatic Drum Brake’ below.
Load continues to Brake(s) slipping. Check brake band adjustment and brake band lining wear. Disassemble and
move when winch inspect disc brake.
is stopped. Winch motor controls sticking. Check pendant/throttle levers return to normal (neutral) positions when released.
Disassemble, inspect and repair the pilot air control valve. Verify spool
adjustment.
Winch does not Motor may be damaged. Remove and disassemble motor. Examine all parts and replace any that are worn
lift load. or damaged.
Insufficient air supply. Verify air supply pressure and volume at winch inlet meets requirements.
Refer to “SPECIFICATIONS” section on page 7. Clean air line filter.
Upper limit switch activated. Lower load and check limit switch settings.
Winch hauls in Lower limit switch activated. Raise load and check limit switch settings.
but does not Slack line detector activated. Determine cause of slack line and rectify problem.
payout.
Throttle moves Motor may be damaged. Disassemble and clean the motor and replace any worn or damaged parts.
but winch does Insufficient air supply. Ensure air pressure at the winch inlet is at least 90 psig (6.3 bar/630 kPa) at rated
not operate. volume. Clean air line filter.
Air leak. Check hose connections. Check hose lines for wear or damage. Replace worn or
damaged hoses and fittings.
Winch runs slow. Improper hose or fitting sizes. Check fittings, connections and hoses for correct size and length. Replace parts
that may cause restricted air flow. Inspect air line filter.
Motor may be damaged. Remove and disassemble motor. Inspect all parts and replace all worn or
damaged parts.
Brake(s) may not be releasing. Refer to brake sections below.
Ice in exhaust ports and/or air Check aftercoolers and traps. Add airline antifreeze to air supply.
lines.
Motor piston ring wear. Inspect piston rings and replace if worn.
Excessive water in motor. Drain water in motor. Refer to ‘Draining Motor Housing’ in “OPERATION”
section on page 17.
Air lines freeze. Water in air supply. Install or drain air system moisture traps, moisture collecting air receivers and
compressor aftercoolers. After corrective action has been taken, disconnect lines
at winch inlet and purge with clean, dry air or nitrogen.

Air Motor:
Motor runs hot or Damaged or broken motor Disassemble and repair motor.
makes excessive internal parts.
noise during Moisture in motor housing. Drain motor housing. Refill to correct level. Refer to “LUBRICATION” section
operation. on page 23.

Automatic Drum Brake:


Brake will not Damaged or leaking cylinder If air is noticed escaping from around the cylinder cover when attempting to
release. seals. release the brake disassemble and inspect cylinder. Replace all seals and repair
or replace worn or damaged parts.
Dirty filter in air supply. Clean or replace filter.
Brake does not set Hole in exhaust valve restricted or Remove and inspect exhaust valve. Clean hole or replace damaged exhaust
when controls are exhaust valve damaged. valve.
released.

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SYMPTOM CAUSE REMEDY

Automatic Disc Brake:


Brake will not Low air supply pressure. Ensure supply air pressure at the brake inlet is at least 60 psig (410 kPa/4.1 bar).
release. Leaking brake piston seals. Disassemble brake and replace seals.
No release pressure at brake port. Verify proper operation of winch controls.

LUBRICATION

To ensure continued satisfactory operation of winch, all points Table 4


requiring lubrication must be serviced with the correct lubricant at Temperature Oil Type
the proper time interval as indicated for each assembly. Below 32° F (0° C) ISO VG 46 (SAE 10W)
30° to 80° F (0° TO 26° C) ISO VG 68 (SAE 20W)*
The lubrication intervals recommended in this manual are based
Above 80° F (26° C) ISO VG 100 (SAE 30W)
on intermittent operation of winch eight hours each day, five days
per week. If winch is operated almost continuously or more than
eight hours each day, more frequent lubrication will be required. * Winches are shipped from factory with ISO VG 68 (SAE 20W)
Also, lubricant types and change intervals are based on operation lubricant.
in an environment relatively free of dust, moisture, and corrosive
fumes. Use only those lubricants recommended. Other lubricants Fill/Breather
may affect winch performance. Approval for the use of other Plug
lubricants must be obtained from your Ingersoll-Rand
distributor. Failure to observe this precaution may result in
damage to winch and/or its associated components.
INTERVAL LUBRICATION CHECKS
Start of each shift Check flow and level of air line lubricator
(approximately 6 to 9 drops per minute
required at maximum motor speed). Motor Case
Check winch motor oil level.
Monthly Lubricate components supplied by grease Level Plug
fittings Position
Inspect and clean or replace air line filter.
Check reduction gear oil level.
Yearly Drain and refill winch reduction gear oil.
Drain and refill winch motor oil.

Note: Intervals are based on winch operation in a normal Drain Plug Position
environment as described in the “INSPECTION” section on page (Dwg. MHP2271)
19. In ‘Heavy’ or ‘Severe’ operating conditions adjust lubrication
intervals accordingly. The oil level in the motor should be checked daily or at the start
of each shift after accumulated water has been drained off.
Motor When motors are operated in temperatures below freezing, wait
long enough at end of shift for water to separate from oil but not
Correct lubrication is one of the most important factors in long enough for it to freeze. Failure to drain the water when the
maintaining efficient winch operation. The motor is splash winch is to remain idle for a protracted period at low temperatures
lubricated by the oil in the motor housing and has no other means may result in the oil splasher freezing fast. Drain the water then
of lubrication. It is therefore important to use only high quality, refill to the level plug. If desired, all the oil may be drained at the
Extreme Pressure (EP) rust and oxidation inhibiting gear oils or end of the shift and the motor refilled with new oil.
non-detergent motor oils to ensure maximum performance and
minimum downtime for repairs. Refer to Table 4 for Reduction Gear and Disc Brake Lubrication
recommended oil types. Allow oil to settle before topping off. Oil
capacity for the winch motor is 1/2 pt (0.24 ltr). Pour sufficient oil Refer to Dwg. MHP2297 on page 24.
into the vent cap opening to bring the oil in the motor case to the The reduction gear and disc brake are filled with oil from the
level of the upper oil plug hole. Add oil slowly to prevent spilling. factory. Check oil level before initial winch operation.

Reduction gear and disc brake components are splash lubricated


by oil in the housings and have no other means of lubrication. It is
therefore important to use high quality, Extreme Pressure (EP)
rust and oxidation inhibited gear oils to ensure maximum
performance and minimum downtime for repairs. Refer to Table 5
for recommended oil types.

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Table 5 Disc Brake Fill/Drain Procedures
Temperature Oil Type
Refer to Dwg. MHP2259 on page 42.
Below 32° F (0° C) ISO VG 68 (SAE 2 EP)
Disc Brake Drain:
32° to 80° F (0° to 27° C) ISO VG 100 (SAE 3 EP) * 1. Remove drain and level plugs (177).
Above 80° F (27° C) ISO VG 150 (SAE 4 EP) 2. Collect drained oil and dispose of properly.
Disc Brake Fill:
* Winches are shipped from factory with ISO VG 100 (SAE 3 EP)
1. Install drain plug (177).
lubricant. Reduction Gear capacity is approximately 1 qt
2. Remove level plug (177).
(1 ltr). Disc brake capacity is approximately 0.2 gal (0.76 ltr).
3. Add oil slowly until oil is level with level plug port.
4. Install level plug.
Initial Reduction Gear Assembly Oil Change
Reduction Gear Level and Fill Plug Locations
1. Drain and replace oil in the motor and reduction gear after the
first 50 hours of initial winch operation. Thereafter, drain and Fill Plug Drum Reduction Gear
replace oil according to the intervals recommended. Position Assembly
2. Always inspect removed oil for evidence of internal damage
or contamination (metal shavings, dirt, water, etc.). If
indications of damage are noticed, investigate and correct
before returning winch to service.
3. After winch operation, allow oil to settle before topping off. Inboard
4. Always collect lubricants in suitable containers and dispose Upright
of in an environmentally safe manner.
Drain
Plug
Reduction Gear Fill/Drain Procedures
(Dwg. MHP2297)
Refer to Dwg. MHP2297 on page 24 and MHP2260 on page 38.
Air Line Lubricator
NOTICE An air line lubricator should be installed in air supply line as close
as possible to motor inlet, but no more than 10 ft (3 m) away. Use
• There are two plugged holes, located 180 degrees apart, on
ISO VG 46 (SAE 10W) oil in lubricator. Adjust lubricator to
reduction gear carrier (23). To fill or drain reduction gear oil,
provide 6 to 9 drops per minute at maximum motor speed.
winch drum must be rotated to align plugs for fill and drain
operations.
Wire Rope
To Drain:
1. Rotate winch drum to align reduction gear carrier plugs to the Follow wire rope manufacturer’s instructions. At a minimum,
drain position. Drain plug is located at bottom center. observe the following guidelines.
2. Remove reduction gear carrier drain and fill plugs (24). 1. Clean with a brush or steam to remove dirt, rock dust or other
foreign material on wire rope surface.

NOTICE
CAUTION
• Always drain oil into a suitable container and inspect
drained oil for evidence of damage, metal shavings, dirt, water, • Do not use an acid-based solvent. Only use cleaning fluids
etc. Dispose of oil in an environmentally safe manner. specified by the wire rope manufacturer.

3. Collect drained oil and dispose of properly. Reinstall the 2. Apply a wire rope lubricant, Ingersoll-Rand LUBRI-LINK-
reduction gear carrier plugs. GREEN or ISO VG 100 (SAE 30W) lubricant.
3. Brush, drip or spray lubricant weekly, or more frequently,
To Fill: depending on severity of service.
1. Rotate winch drum to align reduction gear plugs to the fill
position. Fill plug position is at top center. Seals and Bearings
2. Remove fill plug (24) located on gear carrier (23).
3. Fill slowly with 1 qt (1 ltr) of recommended oil. If winch is disassembled, clean all parts thoroughly and coat
4. Reinstall plug. bearings and seals with clean grease. Refer to ‘Recommended
Grease’ table on page 24. Use sufficient grease to provide a good
protective coat.
CAUTION
Recommended Grease
• Do not overfill. Excess oil will reduce operating efficiency Temperature Grease Type
and increase oil temperature. -20° to 50° F EP 1 multipurpose
• The use of unsuitable oil may result in excessive temperature (-30° to 10° C) lithium based grease
rise, loss of efficiency and possible damage to the gears. Use
30° to 120° F EP 2 multipurpose
only high quality rust and oxidation inhibiting lubricant.
(-1° to 49° C) lithium based grease

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MAINTENANCE

6. Adjust brake so when brake handle locks (goes over-center),


WARNING brake will hold rated load.
7. Install cotter pin (352) and bend ends apart when adjustment
• Never perform maintenance on the winch while it is is complete.
supporting a load.
• Before performing maintenance, tag controls:
WARNING - DO NOT OPERATE - CAUTION
EQUIPMENT BEING REPAIRED.
• Only allow personnel trained in safety and service on this • When any part of the brake lining measures 0.062 in. (2 mm)
winch to perform maintenance. or less, brake bands (384) must be replaced.
• After performing any maintenance on the winch, test winch
to 125% of its rated line pull at mid drum before returning to For new Brake Linings:
service. (Testing to more than 125% of rated line pull may be Run-in new brake linings to remove loose material and allow new
required to comply with standards and regulations set forth in lining to conform to brake drum.
areas outside the USA.) 1. Operate winch while applying increasing pressure to brake
• Turn off air system and depressurize air lines before band handle until drum stops.
performing any maintenance.
CAUTION
INTERVAL MAINTENANCE CHECK
Start of each Make a thorough visual inspection of the • Observe end of load line. Drum should only complete three to
shift winch for damage. Do not operate the winch if five full rotations before stopping.
(Operator or damaged.
Maintenance Operate the winch at low RPM in both direc- 2. Repeat step 1 twice while operating winch in both directions
Personnel) tions. Winch must operate smoothly without (payout and haul-in). The brake link stud may require
sticking, binding or abnormal noises. Check tightening to stop drum rotation.
the operation of the brake(s). 3. Adjust brake as described in steps 1 through 7 above.
3 Months Inspect drum brake friction linings. Clean or
(Maintenance replace parts as required. Adjust drum brake as Automatic Drum Band Brake (optional feature)
Personnel) necessary.
Yearly Inspect winch gearing, shafts and bearings for Refer to Dwg. MHP2265 on page 44.
(Maintenance wear and damage. Repair or replace as neces-
Personnel) sary.
Check all supporting members, including the
NOTICE
foundation, fasteners, nuts, sheaves and rig- • If brake band cannot be adjusted to hold rated load, replace
ging, etc. for indications of damage or wear. the brake band assembly.
Repair or replace as required.
1. Remove cotter pin (352) and washer (385) at adjustment
Adjustments clevis (358).
2. Apply air to the brake cylinder (362) and remove pin (357)
Refer to “INSTALLATION” section for Slack Wire Rope to disconnect clevis from brake lever (355).
Detector and Limit Switch Adjustments. 3. Turn adjustment clevis (358) clockwise to increase cylinder
rod extension. Turn clevis counterclockwise to decrease
cylinder rod extension.
Disc Brake 4. Assemble clevis (358) to brake lever (355) using pin (357).
Release air to brake cylinder (362).
Refer to Dwg. MHP2259 on page 42.
5. Brake should hold rated load (refer to “INSPECTION”
Brake adjustment is not required. If disc brake does not hold
section on page 19) when cylinder (362) is retracted. Brake
125% of rated load at mid drum, disassemble and repair.
band should not drag on drum when cylinder is extended.
6. Install cotter pin (352) and washer (385) to secure clevis to
Manual Drum Band Brake brake lever when adjustment is complete.

Refer to Dwg. MHP2265 on page 44.


Pilot Air Control Valve Adjustment (optional feature)
1. Release wire rope tension on the drum.
2. Raise handle (354) to free brake band (384).
Refer to Dwg. MHP2275 on page 57.
3. Remove cotter pin (352) and pin (351).
If winch operating speeds differ from performance specifications
4. Rotate brake link stud (353) clockwise to increase brake
pilot air control valve may require adjustment. Loosen nut (219)
torque.
and adjust adjusting setscrew (218), located in valve end cap
5. Install pin (351) and check adjustment.
(209), until drum speed for no-load haul-in equals drum speed for
full load payout. Adjust screw ‘OUT’ (counterclockwise turn) to
increase speed; adjust screw ‘IN’ (clockwise turn) to decrease
NOTICE speed. It is suggested that a chalk mark be placed on drum flange
• If brake band cannot be adjusted to hold rated load, replace so that drum rpm can be accurately counted. Tighten nut (219)
brake band assembly. when adjustment is complete.

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7. Drain oil from reduction gear assembly by removing plug
Disassembly
(35) when positioned at its lowest point, and similar plug
(35) from its highest point to vent. Refer to Dwg. MHP2271
General Disassembly Instructions on page 23 in “LUBRICATION” section. If winch is
equipped with a drum band brake elevate winch outboard
The following instructions provide the necessary information to end (opposite from motor end) to prevent draining oil from
disassemble, inspect, repair, and assemble the winch. Parts contaminating brake band lining.
drawings are provided in the Parts Section on page 37. 8. Remove pipe plug (177) in disc brake housing (4) to drain
If a winch is being completely disassembled for any reason, follow brake oil.
the order of the topics as they are presented. 9. Remove drum band brake, drum guard and any other
It is recommended that all maintenance work on the winch be externally mounted winch components. Refer to appropriate
performed in a clean, dust-free work area. disassembly text.
In the process of disassembling the winch, observe the following:
1. Never disassemble winch any further than is necessary to
accomplish needed repair. A good part can be damaged
during the course of disassembly.
WARNING
2. Never use excessive force when removing parts. Tapping • The air motor weighs approximately 45 lbs (21 kg).
gently around the perimeter of a cover or housing with a soft Adequately support air motor before removing motor
hammer, for example, is sufficient to break the seal. mounting capscrews.
3. Do not heat a part with a flame to free it for removal, unless
part being heated is already worn or damaged beyond repair 10. Remove capscrews (119) and lockwashers (113) securing
and no additional damage will occur to other parts. motor assembly to motor adapter (4). Using a hoist to support
motor, pull motor straight away from winch. Reference the
In general, the winch is designed to permit easy disassembly and applicable ‘Motor Disassembly’ section if motor disassembly
assembly. The use of heat or excessive force should not be is required.
required. 11. Remove capscrews (3) and separate brake assembly. If brake
assembly sticks, tap brake housing with a soft faced hammer
4. Keep work area as clean as practical, to prevent dirt and other until parts separate. Note position of all brake parts for
foreign matter from getting into bearings or other moving reassembly.
parts. 12. Support drum (60) and remove capscrews (13) from drum
5. All seals, gaskets and ‘O’ rings should be discarded once shaft (15). Pry drum shaft (15) from inboard upright (17).
they have been removed. New seals, gaskets and ‘O’ rings 13. Remove capscrews (65) and lockwashers (22) which secure
should be used when assembling the winch. side rails (62) and (63) to inboard upright (17). Drive out
6. When grasping a part in a vise, always use leather-covered or dowel pins (19).
copper-covered vise jaws to protect surface of part and help 14. Remove inboard upright (17).
prevent distortion. This is particularly true of threaded 15. Remove limit switch assembly, end cover (74), capscrews (70)
members, machined surfaces and housings. and (77) and lockwashers (5) from outboard upright (64).
7. Do not remove any part which is a press fit in or on a 16. Remove capscrews (13) and shaft retainer (72) from
subassembly unless removal of that part is necessary for drum (60).
repairs or replacement. 17. Remove drum and reduction gear assembly.
8. When removing ball bearings from shafts, it is best to use a 18. Remove remaining capscrews (65) and lockwashers (22)
bearing puller. When removing bearings from housings, which attach side rails (62) and (63) to outboard upright
drive out bearing with a sleeve slightly smaller than the (64). Drive out dowel pins (19).
outside bearing diameter. The end of the sleeve or pipe 19. Remove bearing (71) and seal (69) from outboard
which contacts the bearing must be square. Protect bearings upright (64).
from dirt by keeping them wrapped in clean cloths. 20. Remove capscrews (21) and lockwashers (22) securing gear
carrier (23) to drum (60).
Winch Disassembly 21. Install two 1/2 in. - 13 NC x 3 in. long capscrews into
threaded holes in outer bolt pattern ring of gear carrier (23).
Refer to Dwg. MHP2259 on page 42 and MHP2260 on page 38. Use these capscrews to break seal. Remove reduction gear/
1. Remove wire rope from drum. gear carrier assembly from drum (60).
2. Operate winch to position reduction gear drain plug at its
lowest position. To disassemble reduction gear assembly refer to Reduction Gear
3. Relieve pressure in air lines by operating winch control Disassembly section.
several times after air supply has been turned off.
Control Valve Removal

WARNING 1. Unscrew the two valve chest cover capscrews (245) and
remove cover (247) with assembled parts from motor case
• Shut off, bleed down and disconnect air supply line before (118).
performing any disassembly procedures. 2. Remove gasket (103).
3. Remove reverse valve nut (241) from reverse valve (251).
4. Disconnect and tag air lines. 4. Pull throttle lever (242) and spring (243) from reverse valve.
5. Remove winch from its mounting and take to a suitable work 5. Remove reverse valve (251), ‘O’ ring (249) and ‘O’ ring
area before beginning disassembly. (248) from valve chest cover.
6. Remove lower drain plug (121) on motor housing (118) and 6. Remove thrust washer (105).
allow oil to drain into a suitable container. Loosen fill cap
(117) to vent motor housing.

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Motor Disassembly (full flow) Plain Punch

Refer to Dwg. MHP2481 on page 40. Shoulder guide required


1. Remove control valve as described in “Control Valve to keep punch centered
in bushing
Removal”.
2. Using a 7/16 in. -14 thread bolt, remove rotary valve (107)
from rotary valve bushing (106).
in. ) in.
3. Unscrew eight motor case capscrews (119) and remove motor
1.0 mm 3.0 mm)
case (118) containing assembled motor from motor adapter .4 (76 0.203 in.
n. ) (25 (5.2 mm)
(139). 3i
4. Unscrew four cylinder capscrews (112) from any one of the 1.2 0 mm
.
four cylinder heads (114) and remove the cylinder head, (31
cylinder sleeve (111) and gasket (115). Punch with slot
5. Crank assembly (135) until piston (108) is at top dead center.
Push piston wrist pin (109) out of piston, freeing piston from
connecting rod (134). Repeat until all four cylinders and Shoulder guide is
optional 0.09 in.
pistons have been removed freeing the crank assembly (135) (2.3 mm)
and assembled parts. in.
in. )
6. Using two screw drivers, pry crank pin sleeve (131) from 1.0 mm 3.0 mm)
.4 (76
crank and remove connecting rod rings (133), connecting
n. ) (25
rods (134) and connecting rod bushing (132). 0i
1.3 0 mm
7. Remove crank bearing (138) (only if replacement is . (Not to scale)
(33
necessary) by supporting inner ring of bearing and pressing
on face of motor pinion. (Dwg. MHP1461)
8. If pinion on crankshaft (135) is damaged or worn, it will be
necessary to replace entire crankshaft.
9. Unscrew four oil wall buttonhead screws (129) and remove Press bushings
oil wall (127). Removal of the oil wall is seldom necessary OUT
unless reverse valve bushing (252) is to be removed.
10. Rotary valve bushing (106) and reverse valve bushing (252)
are press fits in the motor case and should never be removed
unless replacement is necessary. To remove, heat bushings to
450° F (232° C) to loosen Loctite®. Support the face of the
motor case that contacts the valve chest cover, and, with a
suitable arbor inserted into motor case and against the face of
the bushing, press bushing out while it is hot. Motor
Housing
Housing
Supports
CAUTION
• Use an arbor that will clear the bushing keys (120) that
project into each bushing bore in motor case. Pressing Reverse
bushings out in the opposite direction or using an arbor that Valve Bushing
will not clear the bushing keys will result in the keys being Press bushings
IN Rotary
sheared off.
Valve Bushing
Rotary Valve Bushing Removal

Refer to Dwg. MHP1463 on page 27.


1. Fabricate one of the two punches shown in Dwg. MHP1461
on page 27, the first punch will clear the bushing key (120), (Dwg. MHP1463)
the second one has a slot to clear the bushing key. Press old
rotary valve bushing (106) out of motor housing (118).
2. Measure motor housing bore, if greater than 1.313 in. Motor Disassembly (pendant control)
(33.35 mm) replace housing.
Refer to Dwg. MHP2258 on page 56.
1. Remove capscrews (102) and motor manifold (101) from
CAUTION motor housing (118).
2. Using a 7/16 in. -14 thread bolt, remove the rotary valve
• Press rotary valve bushing out from inside motor housing (107) from the rotary valve bushing (106).
only. Bushing has a groove to clear bushing key (120). 3. Unscrew the eight motor case capscrews (119) and remove
• Support motor housing to prevent damage during pressing. motor housing (118) containing assembled motor from disc
brake assembly.
4. Unscrew four cylinder capscrews (112) from any one of the
four cylinder heads (114) and remove the cylinder head,
cylinder sleeve (111) and gasket (115).

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5. Rotate the crankshaft assembly (135) until the piston (108) is 5. Remove brake hub assembly, brake discs (173) and friction
at top dead center. Push pin (109) out of piston, freeing discs (172).
piston from connecting rod (134). Repeat until all four 6. If brake hub must be disassembled for inspection or repair
cylinders and pistons have been removed freeing the remove retainer ring (12), bearing (174) and spacer (152)
crankshaft (135) and assembled parts. from shaft (8). Carefully tap or press bushing (168) out of
6. Using two screw drivers, pry sleeve crankshaft (131) from back side. Take sprag clutch (169) out of brake hub (171).
the crankshaft assembly and remove retainer rings (133),
connecting rods (134) and connecting rod bushing (132). Reduction Gear Disassembly
7. Remove bearing (138) (only if replacement is necessary) by
supporting the inner ring of bearing and pressing on face of Refer to Dwg. MHP2260 on page 38.
motor pinion. 1. Remove capscrews (21) and lockwashers (22) from gear
8. If pinion on crankshaft (135) is damaged or worn, it will be carrier (23), separating it and the reduction gear assembly
necessary to replace the entire crankshaft. (30) from drum (60).
9. Unscrew four oil wall screws (129) and remove oil wall 2. Unfasten capscrews (24) and locknuts (25) from reduction
(127). Removal of oil wall is seldom necessary unless rotary gear assembly, separating it from gear carrier (23).
valve bushing (12) is to be removed. 3. Remove capscrews (36), retaining ring (31), and seal (32).
10. The rotary valve bushing (106) and reverse valve are press Pry off output housing (33).
fits in the motor case and should never be removed unless 4. Remove retainer ring (37), bearing (38), and retainer ring
replacement is necessary. To remove, heat bushings to 450° (40) from end of planetary assembly (41). Separate planetary
F (232° C) to loosen Loctite®. Support the face of the motor assembly (41) and ring gear (43) from spacer (48).
case that contacts the valve chest cover, and, with a suitable 5. Unfasten retainer ring (47) from sun gear (46) and remove
arbor inserted into the motor case and against the face of the sun gear from planetary assembly (49).
bushing, press the bushing out while it is hot. 6. Separate spacer (48), ring gear (43), and planetary
assembly (49).
7. Unfasten retainer ring (47) from sun gear (46) and remove
CAUTION sun gear from planetary assembly (49).
8. Separate spacer (48), ring gear (43), and planetary assembly
• Use an arbor that will clear the bushing keys (120) that
(49). Remove pinion (44) from planetary assembly (49).
project into each bushing bore in motor case. Pressing
bushings out in the opposite direction or using an arbor that
will not clear the bushing keys will result in the keys being Manual or Automatic Drum Brake
sheared off.
Refer to Dwg. MHP2265 on page 44.
Actuator Disassembly:
Reverse Valve Bushing Removal 1. Automatic Brake
a. Disconnect and remove hose, fittings and dump valve
Refer to Dwg. MHP1463 on page 27.
(364) from the cylinder (362).
1. Fabricate one of the two punches shown in Dwg. MHP1461,
b. Remove cotter pin (352), washer (385) and pin (351)
on page 27 the first punch will clear the bushing key (120),
from the link stud (353) and brake band (384).
the second one has a slot to clear the bushing key. Press old
c. Remove cotter pin (352), washer (385) and pin (357).
reverse valve bushing (252) out of motor housing (118).
Separate the clevis (358) from brake lever (355).
NOTE: This bushing is only 2 inches (51 mm) long.
d. Remove cylinder (362) from bracket (372).
2. Manual Brake:
CAUTION Remove cotter pin (352) and pin (351) from handle (354),
then remove handle (354) from brake band (384).
• Press reverse valve bushing out from inside motor housing
only. Bushing has a groove to clear bushing key (120).
Brake Disassembly:
• Support motor housing to prevent damage during pressing.
1. Remove capscrews (21) and (383), lockwashers (22) and
(374) and stop plate (382).
Disc Brake Disassembly 2. Use a hoist to raise the winch approximately 6 in. (15 cm).
Separate the brake band (384) halves and rotate the brake
Refer to Dwg. MHP2259 on page 42. band assembly slowly until it can be removed from the
1. Carefully loosen capscrews (151) 4 or 5 turns each drum (60).
progressively around motor adapter (139) until brake spring 3. Remove cotter pins (352) and pins (375) so brake band
compression is relaxed. Do not allow adapter to become halves (384) can be removed from the arm (379). Lower
cocked during removal. winch when brake band assembly has been removed.
2. When brake spring compression is relaxed remove
capscrews (151), adapter (139) and springs (154).
3. Remove cylinder (164) and brake piston (157) as an Press Roller Disassembly
assembly from brake housing (4).
Refer to Dwg. MHP2268 on page 48.
4. Tap brake piston (157) out of cylinder (164) and remove
seals (155) and (158). 1. Compress the ends of the springs (409) and (411) and remove
shoulder screw (413) from arms (412).
2. Unfasten capscrews (418) and washers (419), and remove
base (421) from side rail (63).
NOTICE 3. Remove retainer ring (417) and washer (406) from either end
• When any part of friction disc thickness measures 0.072 in. of pivot shaft (414) and slide shaft out of arm (412) base
(1.83 mm) or less, or if oil groove pattern is not clearly visible, holes (421). Remove arms (412) from base (421).
friction discs must be replaced.

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4. Remove bushing (415) from end of spacer (416), remove Two Lever Pendant Disassembly
spacer and springs (409) and (411) from base.
5. From both ends of roller shaft (403), remove retainer ring Refer to Dwg. MHP2296 on page 58.
(405) and (404). Pull bearing (407) from both ends of shaft, 1. Remove fittings (738) and lifting eye (722).
and remove short rollers (401) and spacers (408). 2. Unscrew plugs (726). Remove springs (727) and balls (728).
6. Slide arms (412) off ends of roller shaft. Remove spacers 3. Tap out pin (729) and remove levers (736).
(408) and bearings (407) from ends of shaft, then slide long 4. Remove setscrews (732) from pendant handle (737).
press roller (402) off roller shaft (403). 5. Remove valve assemblies (735). Remove ‘O’ rings (725) and
(731) and protector (733) from valve assemblies. Discard
Delta ‘P’ Overload Valve and Brake Release Valve Removal ‘O’ rings.
6. Remove emergency stop valve (723) from pendant handle
Refer to Dwg. MHP2464 on page 52. (737).
1. Remove capscrew (422), nut (436) and lockwasher (435) 7. Remove retainer ring (741) and exhaust washer (740).
securing Delta ‘P’ overload valve (549) to bracket (508).
2. Remove and store Delta ‘P’ overload valve (549), in a clean,
Cleaning, Inspection and Repair
dry area until ready to reassemble winch.
3. Remove capscrew (433), washer (399) and nut (434)
securing brake release valve (432) to bracket (508). Cleaning
4. Remove and store brake release valve (432) in a clean, dry
area until ready to reassemble winch. Clean all winch component parts in solvent (except drum brake
bands and disc brake friction plates). The use of a stiff bristle
brush will facilitate removal of accumulated dirt and sediments on
housings, frame and drum. If bushings have been removed it may
NOTICE be necessary to carefully remove old Loctite® from bushing
• It is not recommended to disassemble brake release valve bores. Dry each part using low pressure, filtered compressed air.
(432). If disassembly of Delta ‘P’ overload valve is necessary Clean drum brake band using a wire brush or emery cloth. Do not
refer to Dwg. MHP2293 on page 55. wash drum brake band in solvent. If drum brake band lining is oil
soaked, it must be replaced.
Slack Line Detector Disassembly
Inspection
Refer to Dwg. MHP2266 on page 46.
1. Slide rollers (501) off shafts (502). Remove capscrews (509) All disassembled parts should be inspected to determine their
and washers (385) from shafts (502) and inboard arm (503). fitness for continued use. Pay particular attention to the following:
2. Remove capscrew (514) and washer (519) from threaded Inspect gears for
hole in outboard arm (503) and the actuator bracket’s (505) • worn, cracked or broken teeth. Replace if necessary.
slot. Inspect bushings for
3. Remove shoulder screw (517), bushing (521), and bushing • wear, scoring or galling. Replace if necessary.
(515), and detach actuator bracket (505) from outboard arm Inspect shafts for
(503). Remove outboard arm from stop bracket (507). • ridges caused by wear. Replace if necessary.
4. Remove capscrews (522) and washers (520) and detach limit • scoring or galling.
valve (481) from stop bracket (507). Inspect all threaded items for
5. Remove elbow fittings (482) and breather (460) from limit • damaged threads. Replace if necessary.
valve (481). Inspect drum band brake lining for
6. Remove shoulder screw (523) and bushing (515). Detach • oil, grease and glazing. If drum band brake lining is oil-
inboard arm (503) from support bracket (508). soaked, excessively greasy or overly glazed replace brake
7. Remove capscrews (21) and washers (519) from stop bracket band. Remove small glazed areas of band brake lining by
(507). Detach stop bracket from outboard upright (64). sanding lightly with a fine grit emery cloth.
8. Remove capscrews (21) and washers (519) from support • thickness of drum band brake lining. If drum brake band
bracket (508). Detach support bracket from inboard upright lining is less than 0.062 in. (2 mm) thick anywhere along the
(17). edges replace brake band assembly.
Inspect motor cylinder bores for
• wear. Cylinders can be lightly honed. For any large scratches
Drum Guard Disassembly
or wear patterns, replace cylinder assembly.
Inspect motor rotary valve (107) and rotary bushing (106) for
Refer to Dwg. MHP2281 on page 62.
• clearance between valve and bushing. Nominal gap is
1. Remove capscrews (701), nuts (707), lockwashers (705) and
0.00125-0.00225 inch (0.0318-0.0572 mm) per side for a
clamps (702) from drum guard.
total of 0.0025-0.0045 inch (0.0635-0.1143 mm). If gap is
2. Lift drum guard (704) from between the two supports (703).
greater than 0.0025 inch (0.064 mm) per side, or greater than
3. Remove capscrews (708) and washers (709).
0.005 inch (0.127 mm) total replace rotary bushing.
4. Remove supports (703) from winch side rails.
• rotary valve and bushing should not come into contact. If
contacting, bushing may be honed to eliminate the
interference. Bearings on end of rotary valve may be cause of
contact; check bearings (138) for excessive play and proper
press fit. Replace bearings if required.
• any time bushing or valve is replaced, replace bearings.

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Inspect piston/connecting rod assembly for
• wear, scoring. Replace if either condition exists. NOTICE
• connecting rod should operate smoothly without binding and
without excessive side to side play. • Applying Loctite® 609 to both surfaces is necessary to ensure
Inspect bearings for an airtight seal between rotary valve bushing and motor
• all motor bearings are factory lubricated and sealed. Inspect housing.
for loss of grease and evidence of grit, dirt or other
contaminants. If dry or contaminated, replace the bearing. 9. Align groove in reverse valve bushing (252) with bushing key
• Inspect crankshaft roller bearings (needle). At any indication (120) in motor housing. Press rotary valve bushing into motor
of damage, or contamination replace bearings. housing until reverse valve bushing is flush with motor
Inspect disc brake for housing.
• wear. Replace brake discs if grooving pattern is no longer 10. Check fit of rotary valve (107) in bushing. It must be a good
visible or if discs are cracked or chipped. running fit. Lap if necessary using a mild, fine grain, lapping
compound. If bushing has closed in sufficiently to make
lapping impossible, ream to 1.000 in. (25.4 mm) diameter.
Repair 11. Check fit of the reverse valve (251) in its bushing. If it is
tight, ream bushing to 1.000 in. (25.4 mm) diameter.
Actual repairs are limited to the removal of small burrs and other 12. Place oil wall (127) in motor case and retain with four oil
minor surface imperfections from gears, shafts, housings and wall screws (129) and lockwashers (128).
machined surfaces. Use a fine stone or emery cloth for this work. 13. Support inner ring of shielded side of crank bearing (78) and
1. Worn or damaged parts must be replaced. Refer to applicable press crank (135) into bearing until shoulder on crank
parts listing for specific replacement parts information. contacts inner ring. Ensure crank bearing (78) is installed
2. Inspect all remaining parts for evidence of damage. Replace with unshielded side nearest the flanged end of crank (135).
or repair any part which is in questionable condition. The 14. Place motor case assembly on bench with open side up and
cost of the part is often minor in comparison with the cost of inlet bushing (123) to the left.
redoing the job. 15. Lubricate rotary valve bushing (106) and rotary valve (107).
3. Smooth out all nicks, burrs, or galled spots on shafts, bores, 16. Insert rotary valve into rotary valve bushing. The raised tang
pins, or bushings. on rotary valve should be pointing toward the inlet bushing.
4. Examine all gear teeth carefully, and remove nicks or burrs. 17. Lubricate the inside and outside of crank pin sleeve (131) and
5. Polish edges of all shaft shoulders to remove small nicks place on rotary valve tang, all the way to the left.
which may have been caused during handling. 18. Slide crank pin sleeve to the right, until it falls onto the rotary
6. Remove all nicks and burrs caused by lockwashers. valve tang.
19. Lubricate bushing (132) and place bushing over crank pin
Assembly sleeve.
20. Place one connecting rod ring (133) over bushing.
General instructions 21. Place feet of four connecting rods (134) into the space
• use new gaskets and seals. between bushing and ring.
• replace worn parts. 22. Place second connecting rod ring over the connecting rod
• assemble parts using match marks applied during ends, beveled face first. Apply oil to this assembly.
disassembly. Compare replacement parts with originals to 23. Insert crankshaft assembly into crank pin sleeve. Ensure that
identify installation alignments. the slot in crankshaft end and tang on rotary valve are
aligned.
24. When crankshaft is seated, move assembly to the left. There
Motor Assembly (full flow)
should be a slight drop as assembly seats onto the rotary
Refer to Dwg. MHP2481 on page 40. valve.
1. Place motor case (118) on a flat table with open side facing 25. Install piston rings (110) into grooves in pistons (108).
up. Ensure that the piston ring face marked with a dot is toward
2. Clean bushing bore in motor housing with Loctite® 790 the top (closed) end of the piston (108). Do not expand piston
cleaner. Ensure that entire bore is clean then dry using low rings more than is necessary to slip rings over pistons.
pressure, filtered compressed air. Expand and slide the Ingersoll-Rand ring tool D01-933
3. Apply a thin even coat of Loctite® 609 to entire outside over piston ring on piston. Ensure upper and lower piston
surface of new rotary valve bushing (106). ring ends are offset from each other.
4. Using a swab, apply a thin even coat of Loctite® 609 to 26. Insert a wrist pin (109) partially into piston.
entire inner bore of motor housing. 27. Place this assembly onto the connecting rod and push wrist
5. Align keyway in rotary valve bushing with bushing key in pin fully into piston.
bore of motor case. Start bushing squarely in bore and gently 28. Place cylinder gasket (115) onto cylinder sleeve (111).
press it (by hand) flush with the top face of the case. Once 29. Using fingers, compress top piston ring and press the cylinder
bushing has been installed allow Loctite® to cure for 10 sleeve down over the piston. Sleeve will push
minutes. Full cure requires 24 hours. Ingersoll-Rand ring tool D01-933 off piston. Remove ring
6. Clean reverse valve bushing bore in motor housing with tool.
Loctite® 790 cleaner. Ensure that entire bore is clean then 30. Place a copper washer (113) into capscrew (112). Ensure that
dry using low pressure, filtered compressed air. the flat side of copper washer faces cylinder head.
7. Apply a thin even coat of Loctite® 609 to entire outside 31. Align gasket and motor case capscrew holes. Insert capscrew
surface of new reverse valve bushing (252). and washer through cylinder head (114) and loosely secure it
8. Using a swab, apply a thin even coat of Loctite® 609 to to motor case. Repeat for the other three capscrews.
entire inner bore of motor housing. 32. Holding motor case still, rotate crankshaft 90°. This will
bring the next connecting rod to its highest position.
33. Repeat steps 25 to 32 above for the other three pistons.

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34. Snug up the four capscrews. DO NOT final tighten. 6. Insert the reverse valve into valve chest housing. Ensure that
35. Snug up the capscrews on opposite cylinder head. ‘O’ ring is not cut upon installation.
36. Repeat this procedure for the other two cylinder heads. 7. Place gasket (102) onto valve chest cover.
37. Repeat these steps until ALL cylinder heads are final 8. Insert throttle lever (242) onto outside of reverse valve.
tightened. Hold the crankshaft FIRMLY and in a vertical 9. Install valve chest cover assembly. Ensuring that throttle
position. Spin the motor case 4 to 8 complete revolutions. lever and main (large) ports in reverse valve are face UP.
Assembly should rotate freely without any signs of binding 10. Secure valve chest cover with capscrews (245) and
or knocking. lockwashers (244), tighten to 10 ft/lbs. (1.4 kg/m). Remove
38. Apply a thin coat of grease to gasket surface of motor throttle lever.
mounting bracket (79). 11. Place spring (243) onto throttle lever, on right side of stud.
39. Match hole pattern in gasket (125) and motor mounting 12. Use bench to hold free end of spring. Then, twist throttle
bracket. Press gasket into position. lever so that the stud goes past the free end of spring.
40. Place motor mounting bracket onto motor case. 13. Continue twisting the throttle lever while pushing free end of
spring over stud.
NOTICE
• Ensure that the inlet bushing (123) is pointing to the left and
CAUTION
motor mounting bracket feet and oil drain plug are pointing • The spring can SNAP off throttle lever. KEEP the throttle
towards the assembler. lever pointed away from your body.

41. Slide motor assembly to the edge of the bench. Insert 14. Align the square hole in throttle lever with the reverse valve
capscrew (119) through lockwasher (244) and secure and press onto the reverse valve.
mounting bracket to motor case. DO NOT Final Tighten. 15. Rotate throttle lever slightly to the left and right to allow
42. Rotate assembly 180° and install one more capscrew and spring to ‘pop’ over stop pin.
washer. 16. Use nut (241) to secure throttle lever to reverse valve and
43. Install motor pinion bearing (63) in counterbored end of final tighten.
drum shaft (62). 17. Check lever rotates freely in both directions and spring
44. Place drum shaft (62) onto crankshaft. Lower and align returns to neutral when released.
setscrew holes.
45. Insert two setscrews (77), final tighten both setscrews in
Motor Assembly (pendant control)
equal steps to keep drum shaft centered.
46. Tip assembly over WHILE inserting fingers under the rotary Refer to Dwg. MHP2258 on page 56.
valve (107). 1. Place motor housing (118) on a flat table surface with face of
motor perpendicular with the table.
NOTICE 2. Clean bushing bore in motor housing with Loctite® 790
• Ensure that rotary valve does NOT slide out of rotary cleaner. Ensure that entire bore is clean then dry using low
bushing. If rotary valve slides out, motor will have to be pressure, filtered compressed air.
disassembled to line up rotary valve and crankshaft. 3. Apply a thin even coat of Loctite® 609 to entire outside
surface of new rotary valve bushing (106).
47. Lay assembly on its side with motor to the left. 4. Using a swab, apply a thin even coat of Loctite® 609 to
48. Insert capscrew (69) through lockwasher (71). Place entire inner bore of motor housing.
capscrew and lockwasher through base (87) and into motor 5. Align the keyway in the rotary valve bushing with the
case. Repeat 3 times. Tighten capscrews to 110 ft/lbs. (15.2 bushing key in the bore of the motor case. Start the bushing
kg/m). squarely in the bore and gently press it (by hand) flush with
49. Tip motor assembly onto its base. the top face of the case. Once the bushing has been installed
50. Note that an arrow is stamped on the face of the valve chest allow the Loctite® to cure for 10 minutes. Full cure requires
cover (247) and that a line is scribed on the shank of the 24 hours.
reverse valve (251). Turn reverse valve until line and arrow 6. Clean reverse valve bushing bore in motor housing with
are in alignment and slide stem of valve into valve chest Loctite® 790 cleaner. Ensure that entire bore is clean then
cover, entering square shank in square hole in control arm. dry using low pressure, filtered compressed air.
Ensure main port in reverse valve is installed facing down. 7. Using a swab, apply a thin even coat of Loctite® 609 to the
Apply reverse valve nut (241) to threaded end of reverse entire inner bore of the motor housing.
valve. 8. Check fit of rotary valve (107) in bushing. It must be a good
running fit. Lap if necessary using a mild, fine grain, lapping
compound. If bushing has closed in sufficiently to make
Control Valve Assembly lapping impossible, ream to 1.000 in. (25.4 mm) diameter.
9. Place the oil wall (127) in the motor case and retain with the
1. Insert six capscrews (119) and lockwashers (244) into motor four oil wall screws (129) and lockwashers (128).
case (118). Hand tighten. DO NOT final tighten. 10. Support the inner ring of the shielded side of the crank
2. Attach the vent cap assembly (117) to one of the left side bearing (138) and press crankshaft assembly (135) into
capscrews on motor housing and final tighten all capscrews bearing until shoulder on crank contacts inner ring. Ensure
to 10 ft/lbs. (1.4 kg/m). bearing (138) is installed with the unshielded side nearest the
3. Install and tighten stop pin (246) into valve chest cover (247) flanged end of crankshaft assembly (135).
if it was removed.
4. Insert thrust washer (105) into valve chest cover.
5. Slide ‘O’ rings (248) and (249) onto reverse valve (251).
Lubricate with oil.

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11. Slide the connecting rod bushing (132) onto the sleeve (131). 2. Install pinion (44) into planetary assembly (49), and
Place one connecting rod ring (133), straight face first, over planetary assembly (49) into ring gear (43). Position
connecting rod bushing until it contacts the flange on the assembled parts vertically with end cover (51) down. Check
crank pin sleeve. Enter the feet of the four connecting rods capscrew holes are aligned.
(134) into the space between bushing and ring. Slide the 3. Press thrust bearing (45) into sun gear (46) and install sun
second ring, beveled face first over feet of rods. gear (46) into planetary assembly (49) with retainer ring
12. Ensure that the three oil holes, visible in the bore of the (47).
crank pin sleeve, are aligned with the oil groove running 4. Lubricate and install ‘O’ rings (42) on ring gear (43).
lengthwise in the crank pin. Slide the crank pin sleeve, small Assemble ring gear (43) and spacer (48). Check capscrew
end first, along with the parts assembled on it, onto the crank holes are aligned.
pin. Tap sleeve onto crank pin until it seats, making sure to 5. Install planetary assembly (49) on sun gear (46). Install ring
maintain the alignment between the notch in the sleeve gear (43) and spacer (48) over planetary assembly. Check
flange and this groove on the end of the crank pin. capscrew holes are aligned.
6. Press thrust bearing (45) into sun gear (46) and install sun
gear into planetary assembly (49) with retainer ring (47).
NOTICE 7. Install planetary assembly (41) in ring gear (43). Position
ring gear so capscrew holes are aligned with spacer (48).
• Ensure the sleeve remains in position on the crank pin until it 8. Install retainer ring (40), bearing (38) and retainer ring (37)
is locked in place by the tang on the rotary valve on final on planetary assembly (41).
assembly. 9. Install output housing (33) over end of planetary assembly
(41). Align capscrew holes. Install capscrews (36) with
13. Install the piston rings (110) so that the face marked with a Loctite® 242 and torque to 32 ft lbs (43.4 Nm).
dot is toward the top (closed) end of the piston (108). Do not 10. Install steel plug assembly (35) on output housing (33).
expand the ring more than is necessary to slip it over the 11. Install seal (32) and retainer ring (31).
piston.
14. Insert the crank assembly into the motor case, centralizing it
as well as possible and positioning the connecting rods so Drum Brake Assembly
that one leads to each cylinder hole in case. Rotate crank
Refer to Dwg. MHP2265 on page 44.
until one rod protrudes far enough to allow installation of
1. Install pivot bracket (377) on the end of arm (379) with pin
piston (108) and piston wrist pin (109).
(375), washer (378) and cotter pin (352). Recessed side of the
15. Place piston rings (110) into grooves in piston (108).
threaded hole must be toward the band side.
Compress lower ring with Ingersoll-Rand tool D01-933.
2. Install connecting link (381) on the arm (379) and secure in
16. Slide cylinder sleeve (111) over piston and place this
position with pin (375), washer (378) and cotter pin (375).
assembly over the connecting rod (134). Align holes in
Assemble connecting link (381) so curved surface matches
piston with connecting rod and insert wrist pin (109).
contour of the brake band.
17. Push sleeve down over piston until fully seated into motor
3. Install halves of brake band (384) to the connecting link
case. Sleeve will push Ingersoll-Rand tool D01-933 off
(381) and secure with pins (375) and cotter pins (352).
piston.
4. Lift the winch assembly, with a suitable hoist, approximately
18. Place gasket (115) over sleeve, aligning holes.
6 in. (15 cm) off the floor or work bench.
19. Insert capscrews (112) and washers (113) through cylinder
5. Position the brake band sub-assembly around the brake
head (114). Place this assembly over the cylinder assembly
diameter on the drum (60) so the arm (379) lays at the
and tighten. Repeat until all cylinders have been installed.
bottom. When positioned, lower the winch.
20. Examine the end of the crank pin and sleeve crankshaft (131)
6. Mount pivot bracket (372) on the inside surface of the side
by looking through the bore of the rotary valve bushing
rail (62) and secure in position with capscrews (65) and
(106). Position the rotary valve (107) so that the tang will
lockwashers (22).
enter both the groove in the end of the crank pin and the
7. Screw link stud into handle and install the handle (354) in
notch in the flange on the sleeve and insert the rotary valve
the lug on the end of the brake band (384). Lubricate the
into the rotary valve bushing. Positioning the rotary valve
pivot points being careful not to get grease on the brake band
before inserting is important, as it is possible to install it
lining.
incorrectly with the tang contacting the edge of the sleeve
8. Pull the halves of the brake band together and install pin
flange.
(351) through the lug on brake band (384) and the link stud
21. Install a new motor case gasket (125) on the shoulder of the
(353) of the handle assembly.
motor mounting bracket (79). Enter pinion end of crank in
9. Install stop plate (382) on the inside of the side rail (63) with
bore of drum shaft (15) and slide motor into position on
capscrews (21) and washers (22). Install adjusting screw
shoulder of motor mounting bracket, entering the crank
(383) and locknut (374) through the side rail (63) and stop
bearing (138) in its bore in the bracket. Rotate motor slightly,
plate (384) until it contacts the arm (379).
if necessary, to mesh pinion with intermediate gear. Retain
10. Adjust brake as described at the start of the
with motor case capscrews.
“MAINTENANCE” section on page 25.

Reduction Gear Assembly


Automatic Drum Brake Assembly
Refer to Dwg. MHP2260 on page 38.
Refer to Dwg. MHP2265 on page 44.
1. Lubricate and install ‘O’ rings (42) on ring gear (43).
1. Install bracket (372) on side rail (62) with capscrews (65) and
Assemble ring gear (43) and spacer (48). Check capscrew
lockwashers (22).
holes are aligned.
2. Screw nut (359) and clevis (358) onto cylinder rod.
3. Attach brake lever (355) to brake band (384).

32 MHD56234 - Edition 3
4. Install cylinder (362) so it connects with bracket (372) and 12. Install motor adapter (139) on brake cylinder (164) so the
brake lever (355). Use pins (357), washers (385) and cotter threaded hole, which is located dead center between the
pins (352) to secure in position. counterbored mounting bolt holes, is located at the bottom
5. Install dump valve (364) fittings and hose (368) to the (6 o’clock position.)
cylinder (362). 13. Secure motor adapter (139) with capscrews (151) and
6. Adjust automatic brake as described at the start of the washers (2). Apply Loctite® 242 to capscrews and torque to
“MAINTENANCE” section on page 25. 35 ft lbs (45 Nm). Pull motor adapter down evenly to
compress the brake springs (154). Tighten capscrews 4 to 5
Disc Brake Assembly turns each progressively around the motor adapter (139). Do
not allow motor adapter (139) to become cocked.
Refer to Dwg. MHP2259 on page 42. 14. Install connector fitting (181) and dump valve (178) in brake
1. Install pipe plug (177) in brake housing (4). cylinder.
2. Press one bushing (168) into brake hub (171). Install shaft
(8) into assembly. Slide sprag clutch (169) onto shaft (8) and Winch Assembly
into brake hub (171). Press in second bushing (168). Ensure
sprags are assembled all in the same direction and springs Refer to Dwg. MHP2260 on page 38 and Dwg. MHP2259
are not twisted or out of location. Sprag clutch must be on page 42.
installed so that the end with the stamped arrow is farthest 1. Assemble reduction gear assembly (30) using reduction gear
from the motor adapter (139). Check that shaft rotates freely assembly text in “MAINTENANCE” section.
clockwise when looking at the non splined end of brake hub 2. Assemble drum (60), uprights (17) and (64), and side rails
(171) and locks up instantly in the counterclockwise (62) and (63) using drum assembly text in
direction. Check rotation of shaft in free sprag clutch “MAINTENANCE” section.
direction is smooth. If tightness or rough rotation exists 3. Install oil seal (2) in drum shaft (15) with lip.
disassemble and inspect. 4. Assemble brake assembly using brake assembly text in
3. Install spacer (152) and bearing (174) on shaft (8). Secure “MAINTENANCE” section.
parts with retainer ring (12). 5. Lubricate and position ‘O’ ring (1) on drum shaft.
4. Starting with a friction disc (172) and alternating with brake 6. Carefully install disc brake assembly on drum shaft to avoid
discs (173), install friction discs (172) and brake discs (173) damaging ‘O’ ring (1). Secure in position with capscrews
in brake housing (4). (3). Apply Loctite® 242 to capscrew threads and torque to
5. Install assembled shaft and brake hub assembly through 85 ft lbs (115 Nm).
brake. Remove pipe plug (177) in brake housing (4) to check 7. Install motor assembly (100) to motor adapter (139) using
that brake hub is properly engaged with each friction disc washers (113) and capscrews (119). Apply Loctite® to
(172). Use of artificial light will aid inspection. Line up capscrew threads and torque to 20 ft lbs (27 Nm).
plates and tap gently on shaft if bearing (174) is tight in
brake housing (4). Drum Assembly
6. Install capscrews (161) in two locations in brake cylinder
(164). Use Loctite® 242 on capscrew threads. Refer to Dwg. MHP2260 on page 38.
7. Lubricate and install seals (155) and (158) on brake piston 1. Assemble reduction gear assembly (30) using reduction gear
(157). Seal lips must face each other. Refer to Dwg. assembly text in “MAINTENANCE” section.
MHP0139 on page 33. Lubricate and install ‘O’ rings (165) 2. Stand drum (60) in a vertical position with large bore up.
and (167) in recessed grooves in brake cylinder (164). 3. Install gear carrier (23) onto reduction gear assembly (30),
align capscrew holes and secure using capscrews (24) and
Seal Lip locknuts (25).
4. Clean surfaces of the drum (60) and gear carrier (23). Apply
Loctite® 515 gasket sealant to drum mating surface. Lower
Seal reduction gear assembly (30) into drum (60). Take care to
Brake align mounting holes.
Piston
5. Install capscrews (21) and lockwashers (22) with Loctite®
242 and torque to 65 ft lbs (88 Nm).
6. Install drum shaft (15) in inboard upright (17) and secure
with capscrews (13). Torque to 44 to 49 ft lbs (60 to 66 Nm).
Lubricate and install ‘O’ ring (14) on drum shaft. Carefully
lower inboard upright assembly into the drum, making sure
splines on drum shaft (15) mesh in the reduction gear
assembly.
7. Using a ‘C’ clamp, fasten the inboard flange assembly to the
(Dwg. MHP0139) drum flange and place complete assembly in horizontal
position.
8. Apply a light film of grease to bore of brake cylinder (164) 8. Clean seal surface and install oil seal (69) in outboard
and install brake piston (157). upright (64) with lip toward the bearing.
9. Install assembled brake piston and cylinder on brake housing 9. Pack bearing (71) with grease and install in outboard upright
(4) so brake port hole is positioned on the right hand side (64).
and machined pad is at the bottom. 10. Install outboard upright (64) on drum end. Ensure assembly
10. Set brake springs (154) into holes provided in the brake is kept centered during this step to avoid seal or bearing
piston (157). damage.
11. Lubricate and install ‘O’ ring (153) in recessed groove in 11. Install shaft retainer (72) using capscrews (13) with Loctite®
motor adapter (139). 242. Torque to 35 ft lbs (41 Nm).

MHD56234 - Edition 3 33
12. Install oil seal (454) in end cover with lip toward the bearing. 3. Over opposite end of roller shaft (403), slip small hole of
13. Apply a light coat of Loctite® 515 to the mating surface of other arm (412), then spacer (408), short press roller (401),
outboard upright (64) and install end cover (74) using and bearing (407). Install internal retainer ring (404) to hold
capscrews (70) and lockwashers (5). Apply a small amount bearing to roller, then install external retainer ring (405) to
of Loctite® 242 to capscrew (70) threads and torque to hold bearing to roller shaft (403).
25 ft lbs (34 Nm). 4. Push spacer (416) through one of the holes in base (421),
14. Install side rails to uprights and loosely secure using and slide springs (409) and (411) onto spacer.
capscrews (65) and lockwashers (22). Remove ‘C’ clamp.
15. Apply Loctite® 242 to capscrews (65) and torque to 65 ft lbs
(88 Nm). NOTICE
16. Install dowel pins (19).
• Long ends of springs (409 and 411) should be side by side in
center of spacer, and in front of base (421).
Slack Line Detector Assembly
5. Push spacer through other hole in base (421). Install bushings
Refer to Dwg. MHP2266 on page 46.
(415) to ends of spacer.
1. Install support bracket (508) to outside of inboard upright
6. Fit arms (412) over base (421) and line up holes. Slide pivot
(17) with capscrews (21) and washers (519).
shaft (414) through holes in arms and base, then install
2. Install stop bracket (507) to outside of outboard upright (64)
retainer ring (417) to either end of pivot shaft.
with capscrews (21) and washers (519).
7. Bolt base (421) to side rail (63) with capscrews (418) and
3. Attach inboard arm (503) to support bracket (508) with
washers (419).
shoulder screw (523) and bushing (515).
8. Compress short ends of springs (409) and (411) and install
4. Slip washers (510) over capscrews (509). Push capscrews
shoulder screw (413) in arms (412) behind them. Short ends
(509) though holes at other end of inboard arm (503). Attach
of springs (409) and (411) should press against the insides of
shafts (502) to inboard arm (503) with capscrews (509).
the screws.
Slide rollers (501) over shafts (502).
5. Attach elbow fittings (482) and breather (460) to limit
valve (481). Drum Guard Assembly
6. Bolt limit valve to stop bracket (507) with capscrews (522)
and washers (520). Refer to Dwg. MHP2281 on page 62.
7. With shoulder screw (517), bushing (521), and bushing 1. Place supports (703) over winch drum assembly and loosely
(515), attach actuator bracket (505) to lower end of outboard secure to side rails with washers (709) and capscrews (708).
arm (503), and outboard arm to stop bracket (507). 2. Position drum guard (704) between supports (703).
8. Attach outboard ends of shafts (502) and rollers (501) to 3. Secure drum guard to supports with clamps (702), capscrews
outboard arm (503) with capscrews (509) and washers (385). (701), lockwashers (705) and nuts (707).
9. Insert capscrew (514) with washer (519) in the actuator 4. Tighten all fasteners and check drum guard is secure. Ensure
bracket’s (505) slot, and thread into hole in outboard arm wire rope does not interfere with drum guard during winch
(503). For arm tension adjustment, refer to instructions in the operation.
“INSTALLATION” section on page 10.
Two Lever Pendant Assembly

NOTICE Refer to Dwgs. MHP2295 on page 16 or MHP2296 on page 58.


1. Assemble protectors (733) and ‘O’ rings (725) and (731) on
• Shoulder screw (524) fits in threaded hole in the stop bracket valve (735).
(507) and is used during shipping and storage to lock and 2. Insert valve (735) assemblies into pendant handle (737).
protect the roller arm assembly. When not in use, this screw is 3. Install setscrews (723) in pendant handle.
stored in threaded hole in support bracket (508). 4. Install balls (728), springs (727) and plugs (726) into
pendant handle.
Delta ‘P’ Overload and Brake Release Valve Installation 5. Install emergency stop valve (723) into pendant handle.
6. Install fittings (738) and lifting eye (722) into top of pendant
Refer to Dwg. MHP2464 on page 52. handle.
1. Install Delta ‘P’overload valve (549) to bracket (508) and 7. Facing pendant handle operation side, place levers (736)
secure using capscrews (422), lockwashers (435) and such that lever direction indicators show ‘Payout’ on left
nuts (436). hand side and ‘Haul-in’ on right hand side. Install pin (729)
2. Install brake release valve (432) to bracket (508) and secure ensuring pin inserts through levers and locates on opposite
using capscrews (433), washers (399) and nuts (434). side of pendant handle.
8. Install exhaust washer (740) and secure with retainer ring
Press Roller Assembly (741).
9. Attach hoses to fittings located on top of pendant handle.
Refer to Dwg. MHP2268 on page 48. Locate hoses to fittings as shown in the “INSTALLATION”
1. Slide long press roller (402) onto roller shaft (403), and section.
install bearings (407) inside roller on both ends of shaft.
2. Slip spacers (408) over both ends of roller shaft (403) and
insert one end of shaft through small hole in arm (412). Over
shaft end, slip spacer (408), short press roller (401), and
bearing (407). Install internal retainer ring (404) to hold
bearing (407) to roller, then install external retainer ring
(405) to hold bearing (407) to roller shaft (403).

34 MHD56234 - Edition 3
Testing Load Test

Prior to initial use, all new, extensively repaired, or altered


Operational Test
winches shall be load tested by or under the direction of a person
Prior to initial use, all new or repaired winches shall be tested to trained in safety and operation of this winch and a written report
ensure proper operation. furnished confirming the rating of the winch. Test loads shall not
1. Check oil level in reduction gear assembly and disc brake is be less than 100% of rated line pull at mid drum and should not
correct. Top off levels as required before operation as exceed 125% of the rated line pull at mid drum.
described in “LUBRICATION” section on page 23. To test the winch at 125% of the rated load at mid drum apply the
2. To initially ‘break in’ new or overhauled motors, operate following load:
winch without load, in both directions, for 15 minutes at
100-200 RPM. FA150KGMR Winch 125% Test Load 412 lb (187 kg)
3. Check operation of brakes. Adjust if necessary as described mid-drum
in “MAINTENANCE” section on page 25.
4. Check foundation mounting fasteners are secure.
5. Install drum guard. NOTICE
6. Check limit switches and slack line detector are correctly
• Testing to more than 125% of rated line pull may be required
adjusted. Refer to “INSTALLATION” section on page 10.
to comply with standards and regulations set forth in areas
outside the USA.

Limit Switch

Operate winch through three complete cycles to ensure consistent


limit switch operation within +/- 2 ft (+/- 0.6 m) of setpoints.
Refer to ‘Limit Switch’ on page 12 in “INSTALLATION” section
to establish setpoints.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 35
WINCH ASSEMBLY DRAWING

Slack Line
Detector
Reduction Drum Drum
Assembly Brake Guard Drum

Emergency
Stop Disc Limit Switch
Assembly Brake Assembly

Throttle
Control Outboard
Motor Upright

Inboard Press Roller


Upright Assembly

(Dwg. MHP2291)

36 MHD56234 - Edition 3
PARTS DRAWINGS AND PARTS LISTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

Description Page

Drum, Base and Reduction Gear Assembly Drawing (MHP2260) ..................................................................................................................38


Drum, Base and Reduction Gear Assembly Parts List ......................................................................................................................................39
Motor Assembly Drawing (Full Flow) (MHP2481) .........................................................................................................................................40
Motor Assembly Parts List (Full Flow) .............................................................................................................................................................41
Disc Brake Assembly Drawing (MHP2259) and Parts List..............................................................................................................................42
Drum Brake Assembly Drawing (MHP2265)...................................................................................................................................................44
Drum Brake Assembly Parts List .....................................................................................................................................................................45
Slack Line Detector Assembly Drawing (MHP2266) .....................................................................................................................................46
Slack Line Detector Assembly Parts List ..........................................................................................................................................................47
Press Roller Assembly Drawing (MHP2268) ...................................................................................................................................................48
Press Roller Assembly Parts List.......................................................................................................................................................................49
Limit Switch Assembly Drawing (MHP2471) .................................................................................................................................................50
Limit Switch Assembly Parts List .....................................................................................................................................................................51
Emergency Stop/Overload Drawing (Full Flow) (MHP2464)..........................................................................................................................52
Emergency Stop/Overload Parts List (Full Flow) .............................................................................................................................................53
Emergency Stop Assembly Drawing (MHP2292) and Parts List .....................................................................................................................54
Delta ‘P’ Overload Valve Assembly Drawing (MHP2293) and Parts List .......................................................................................................55
Motor Assembly Drawing (MHP2258) and Parts List (Pendant Control)........................................................................................................56
Pilot Air Control Valve Assembly Drawing (MHP2275) and Parts List ..........................................................................................................57
Two Lever Pendant Assembly Drawing (MHP2296) and Parts List ................................................................................................................58
E-Stop/Overload Connection Assembly Drawing (Pendant Control) (MHP2277) ..........................................................................................60
E-Stop/Overload Connection Assembly Parts List (Pendant Control) ..............................................................................................................61
Drum Guard Assembly Drawing (MHP2281) and Parts List ...........................................................................................................................62
Winch Label/Tag Location Drawing (MHP2270) and Parts List......................................................................................................................63
Accessories ........................................................................................................................................................................................................63

MHD56234 - Edition 3 37
DRUM, BASE AND REDUCTION GEAR ASSEMBLY DRAWING

14 13
1
4

48
2
47 15
46 3

35
22
45
42 32
43 21
42
41 24
40
38
37
33
36
31
60 61 23

17

44

25
51 45
49
70 42
43
42
5 48
47
46
49
74 42
13 43
42
454 72
71
69

68
67
64
19
63
62

65 22

(Dwg. MHP2260)

38 MHD56234 - Edition 3
DRUM, BASE AND REDUCTION GEAR ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST

Item Description Qty. Part Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number No. of Part Total Number
• 1 ‘O’ Ring 1 52670 45 Thrust Bearing 2 71413561
• 2 Oil Seal 1 71350656 46 Sun Gear 2 **
3 Capscrew 4 52380 47 Retainer Ring 2 71413579
4 Brake Housing † 1 11953 48 Spacer 2
5 Lockwasher 1 50200 49 Planetary Assembly 2 **
13 Capscrew 12 51766 51 End Cover 1
• 14 ‘O’ Ring 1 50373 Drum (8 in. long) † Contact factory
15 Drum Shaft 1 28311 Drum (12 in. long) † 11354-2
60 1
17 Inboard Upright † 1 28300 Drum (16 in. long) †
Contact factory
19 Dowel Pin 8 52334 Drum (24 in. long) †
21 Capscrew 12 50973 61 Wire Rope Anchor * 1 71387781
22 Lockwasher 20 50181 Side Rail (8 in. long drum) † Contact factory
23 Gear Carrier † 1 28426 Side Rail (12 in. long drum) † 28347-2
62 1
24 Capscrew 8 53981 Side Rail (16 in. long drum) †
Contact factory
25 Locknut 8 51682 Side Rail (24 in. long drum) †
Reduction Gear Assembly Side Rail (8 in. long drum) † Contact factory
30 1 71386494
(includes items 31 – 49 and 51) Side Rail (12 in. long drum) † 28332-2
63 1
31 Retainer Ring 1 71413538 Side Rail (16 in. long drum) †
Contact factory
32 Seal 1 71413520 Side Rail (24 in. long drum) †
33 Housing 1 64 Outboard Upright † 1 28310
35 Plug Assembly (Steel) 2 ** 65 Capscrew 8 50183
36 Capscrew 2 67 Nameplate 1 Contact factory
37 Retainer Ring 1 71413546 68 Rivet 4 71028849
38 Bearing 1 71413512 • 69 Seal 1 51474
40 Retainer Ring 1 71413553 70 Capscrew 1 51780
41 Planetary Assembly 1 ** • 71 Bearing 1 51797
42 ‘O’ Ring 6 71413504 72 Retainer 1 19232
43 Ring Gear 3 ** 74 End Cover 1 19233
44 Pinion † 1 10498 • 454 Seal 1 71054688

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

* Wire rope anchors are for use with 6 X 19 or 6 X 37 IWRC right lay construction wire rope only.

** Order item 30, reduction gear assembly.

† These parts also come in a cold weather version. For winches with a -C in the model code, adding CH (DNV) or CHA (ABS) to the end
of these part numbers is required to retain winch certification. Example: Order Drum (12 in. long) (item 60) part number 11354-2 as part
number 11354-2CH or 11354-2CHA.

Certification Type Example Part Number To Order


ABS --- 11354-2CHA
DNV 11354-2CH ---

MHD56234 - Edition 3 39
MOTOR ASSEMBLY DRAWING (FULL FLOW)

243

246
241
247
248 242
251 249 120
245
252 117
244

123
103
111 105
112 121
109 106
113 107
119
114
113
115 131 120
132
108 118
134
133 125 121
110
127
128
137 133 129

135

138

139

(Dwg. MHP2481)

40 MHD56234 - Edition 3
MOTOR ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST (FULL FLOW)

Item Description Qty Part


No. Of Part Total Number
103 Gasket 1 26603
105 Thrust Washer 1 BU-552A
• 106 Rotary Valve Bushing Kit (includes Loctite® 609) 1 BU7A-K525
107 Rotary Valve 1 29228
108 Piston Assembly (includes item 110) 4 D01-A513B
109 Wrist Pin 4 TC-389B
110 Piston Ring Pack 8 D01-337-8
111 Cylinder Sleeve 4 D01-L505A
112 Capscrew 16 50156
113 Washer (copper) 24 D01-504
114 Cylinder Head 4 D01-H505A
115 Gasket 4 D01-507
117 Vent Cap Assembly 1 DLC-303
118 Motor Case Assembly (includes items 106, 120, 121, 123 and 252) 1 BU-X501A
119 Capscrew 8 71126908
120 Bushing Key 2 N00-15
121 Oil Plug 2 50822
123 Inlet Bushing 1 71386262
125 Gasket 1 BU-592
127 Oil Wall 1 BU-500
128 Lockwasher 4 F-58
129 Buttonhead Screw 4 J-376
131 Sleeve 1 BU-519
132 Bushing 1 D01-511A
133 Connecting Rod Ring 2 D01-510
134 Connecting Rod 4 D01-509A
135 Crankshaft Assembly 1 28326
137 Key 1 71383095
138 Bearing 1 58-96
139 Motor Adapter 1 28314
241 Reverse Valve Nut 1 23A4C5
242 Throttle Lever 1 BU-555/556A
243 Throttle Lever Spring 1 BU-412
244 Lockwasher (pack) 10 (order 2 packs) T11-58-5
245 Capscrew 2 52333
246 Throttle Spring Stop Pin 1 BU-553
247 Valve Chest Cover (includes items 103, 105 and 246) 1 BU-K546A
248 ‘O’ Ring 1 410-283
249 ‘O’ Ring 1 BU-948
251 Reverse Valve Assembly (includes items 241, 248 and 249) 1 BU-K944A
252 Reverse Valve Bushing Kit (includes Loctite® 609) 1 BU7A-K945
• --- Motor Service Kit (includes items 110, 115, 125, 242, 248 and 249) 1 71407712

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 41
DISC BRAKE ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

8
168
169

152 172
173
3
177
171
168 4

1
174
12

151 177
5

139 73
1 161
177
154
155
157
158

388
164
441 167 165

(Dwg. MHP2259)

Item Description Qty. Part Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number No. of Part Total Number
78 Disc Brake Assembly * 1 28313 • 158 Seal 1 71107718
• 1 ‘O’ Ring 2 52670 161 Capscrew 2 71056493
3 Capscrew 4 52380 164 Cylinder 1 11951
4 Brake Housing † 1 11953 • 165 ‘O’ Ring 1 52730
5 Lockwasher 8 50200 • 167 ‘O’ Ring 1 52662
8 Shaft † 1 28312-S 168 Bushing 2 12011
12 Retainer Ring 1 52227 169 Sprag Clutch 1 52666
73 Pipe Plug 1 54246 171 Brake Hub † 1 12010
139 Motor Adapter 1 28314 • 172 Friction Disc 5 12013
151 Capscrew 8 71070924 • 173 Brake Disc 4 12012
152 Spacer 1 19633 • 174 Bearing 1 52665
154 Spring 3 50751 177 Pipe Plug 4 54912
• 155 Seal 1 71107726 388 Fitting, Elbow 1 71098552
157 Brake Piston 1 22177 441 Hose Assembly ** 1 29227-5

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

* Includes all items in list except 5 and 151.


** Hose assembly (8 in. [203 mm]).
† These parts also come in a cold weather version. For winches with a -C in the model code, adding CH (DNV) or CHA (ABS) to the end
of these part numbers is required to retain winch certification. Example: Order Drum (12 in. long) (item 60) part number 11354-2 as part
number 11354-2CH or 11354-2CHA.
Certification Type Example Part Number To Order
ABS --- 11354-2CHA
DNV 11354-2CH ---

42 MHD56234 - Edition 3
SERVICE NOTES

MHD56234 - Edition 3 43
DRUM BRAKE ASSEMBLY DRAWING

354 60
355
353
352
351
352 358
359

361

362
357 385

367 363
365
380

377

368 384
352
364 381
351
65
22 352
372 375 22
62 352
378
378
375 21
352

375
378

379
382
63
374
383
(Dwg. MHP2265)

44 MHD56234 - Edition 3
DRUM BRAKE ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST

Item Description Qty. Part Number


No. of Part Total Manual Brake Automatic Brake
21 Capscrew 1 50973
22 Lockwasher 3 50181
Drum (8 in. [203 mm] long) † Contact factory
Drum (12 in. [305 mm] long) † 11354-2
60 1
Drum (16 in. [406 mm] long) †
Contact factory
Drum (24 in. [610 mm] long) †
Side Rail (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) † Contact factory
Side Rail (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) † 28347-2
62 1
Side Rail (16 in. [406 mm] long drum) †
Side Rail (24 in. [610 mm] long drum) † Contact factory
Side Rail (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) †
Side Rail (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) † 28332-2
63 1
Side Rail (16 in. [406 mm] long drum) †
Contact factory
Side Rail (24 in. [610 mm] long drum) †
65 Capscrew 2 --- 50183
• 351 Pin 2 4303-S
352 Cotter Pin See ( ) D02-330 (5) 51937 (7)
353 Link Stud 1 2448
354 Handle 1 2329
355 Brake Lever 1 11498
357 Pin 2 8609
358 Clevis 1 6237-2
359 Nut 1 50159
• 361 Breather 1 52384
362 Cylinder 1 4575-1
---
363 Fitting, Nipple 1 52006
• 364 Dump Valve 1 51954
365 Fitting, Hose End 2 52385
367 Fitting, Elbow 1 52182
368 Hose, Bulk 1 50923
372 Bracket † 1 11493
374 Locknut See ( ) 50171 (1) 50171 (2)
375 Pin 3 3704-S
• 376 Band Brake (includes items 380 and 384) 1 set 29301
377 Pivot Bracket † 1 11146
378 Washer As Req’d 50890
379 Arm 1 11147
380 Brake Band (rear) † 1 Order item 376
381 Connecting Link † 1 11144
382 Stop Plate 1 11145
383 Setscrew 1 52226
384 Brake Band (front) † 1 Order item 376
385 Washer 4 --- 52914

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

† These parts also come in a cold weather version. For winches with a -C in the model code, adding CH (DNV) or CHA (ABS) to the end of
these part numbers is required to retain winch certification. Example: Order Drum (12 in. long) (item 60) part number 11354-2 as part
number 11354-2CH or 11354-2CHA.
Certification Type Example Part Number To Order
ABS --- 11354-2CHA
DNV 11354-2CH ---

MHD56234 - Edition 3 45
SLACK LINE DETECTOR ASSEMBLY DRAWING

501

503

502

385
523 509

503
507
481
389 460
508
448
515
505
522 519
520
514
B 482 E

521
21 517
519

451
E
F

444
452 450

(Dwg. MHP2266)

46 MHD56234 - Edition 3
SLACK LINE DETECTOR ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST

Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number
Slack Line Detector Assembly
500 1 28281
(includes items 21, 385, 460, 481, 482, and 501-523)
21 Capscrew 5 50973
385 Washer 4 52914
389 Fitting, Pipe 1 71048268
444 Hose Assembly (39.5 in. [1003 mm]) 1 29227-12
448 Hose Assembly (21 in. [533 mm]) 1 29227-7
450 Hose Assembly (14 in. [355.6 mm]) 1 29227-9
451 Hose Assembly (11 in. [279 mm]) 1 29227-10
452 Fitting, Tee 1 53940
460 Pipe Plug 1 71386992
481 Limit Valve 1 213-C
482 Fitting, Elbow 2 51281
Roller (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) Contact factory
Roller (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) 28301
• 501 2
Roller (16 in. [406 mm] long drum)
Contact factory
Roller (24 in. [610 mm] long drum)
Shaft (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) Contact factory
Shaft (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) 28299
• 502 2
Shaft (16 in. [406 mm] long drum)
Contact factory
Shaft (24 in. [610 mm] long drum)
Arm (75°-90°) 28294
503 Arm (60°-75°) 2
Contact factory
Arm (45°-60°)
505 Actuator Bracket 1 28431
507 Stop Bracket, Outboard 1 28693
508 Support Bracket, Inboard 1 28289
509 Capscrew 4 71387278
514 Capscrew 1 51086
515 Bushing 2 71386577
517 Shoulder Screw 1 71404594
519 Washer 6 71064844
520 Washer 2 71352462
521 Bushing 1 71386569
522 Capscrew 2 71406730
523 Shoulder Screw 1 71404586
524 Shoulder Screw * 1 71383368

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

* Item not illustrated, required for transportation and storage.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 47
PRESS ROLLER ASSEMBLY DRAWING

402

403
407

410
413 408
401
407
404

405
412

414
410
409

417 416

406

411

415

421

418
385

(Dwg. MHP2268)

48 MHD56234 - Edition 3
PRESS ROLLER ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST

Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number
400 Press Roller Assembly (includes items 385 and 401-421) 1 71383780
385 Washer 4 52914
• 401 Press Roller, Short 2 71383764
Press Roller (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) Contact factory
Press Roller (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) 71383772
• 402 1
Press Roller (16 in. [406 mm] long drum)
Contact factory
Press Roller (24 in. [610 mm] long drum)
Roller Shaft (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) Contact factory
Roller Shaft (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) 71383756
• 403 1
Roller Shaft (16 in. [406 mm] long drum)
Contact factory
Roller Shaft (24 in. [610 mm] long drum)
• 404 Retainer Ring 2 71069322
• 405 Retainer Ring 2 53050
406 Washer 2 71390272
• 407 Bearing 4 71053649
• 408 Spacer 4 71383798
• 409 Spring 1 71383657
• 410 Bushing 2 71388508
• 411 Spring 1 71383665
412 Arm Assembly 2 71383723
413 Shoulder Screw 2 71061634
414 Pivot Shaft 1 71383749
• 415 Bushing 2 71390264
416 Spacer 1 28416
• 417 Retainer Ring 2 71053581
418 Capscrew 4 71371652
Base (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) Contact factory
Base (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) 71383715
421 1
Base (16 in. [406 mm] long drum)
Contact factory
Base (24 in. [610 mm] long drum)

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 49
LIMIT SWITCH ASSEMBLY DRAWING

Hose Routing
Limit
Switch
D Air Motor
B and
F Control Valve

456

462

462

463

449

440 397
453
A

B 448

461
453
451 439

C 77
D 5 74

458
459
457
455

13

454 69
72

71
(Dwg. MHP2471)

50 MHD56234 - Edition 3
LIMIT SWITCH ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST

Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number
5 Lockwasher 3 50200
13 Capscrew 2 51766
69 Seal 1 51474
71 Bearing 1 51797
72 Retainer 1 19232
74 End Cover 1 19233
77 Capscrew 3 51769
397 Fitting, Tee (swivel) 2 71067789
439 Hose Assembly (40 in. [1016 mm]) 1 29227-11
440 Hose Assembly (48 in. [1219 mm]) 1 29227-6
448 Hose Assembly (21 in. [533 mm]) 1 29227-7
449 Hose Assembly (11.5 in. [292 mm]) 1 29227-8
451 Hose Assembly (11 in. [279 mm]) 1 29227-10
453 Cap 2 71111975
454 Seal 1 71054688
455 Spacer 3 14998-7
456 Hose Sleeve 1 28449
457 Bracket 1 29089
458 Lockwasher 4 52909
459 Nut 4 53548
461 Coupling Assembly 1 52381
462 Limit Switch 1 71402119
463 Capscrew 4 54493
906 Label, Limit Switch * 1 71149454

* Item not illustrated.

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EMERGENCY STOP/OVERLOAD DRAWING (FULL FLOW)

422

436
549

389
435 434

390
482 432
388
397 389
423 508

425
426
439
399 431 430
D 433
A 427
442
440 388
482 444
548
441 F
437

443
438 428

429

397

389

393

482

(Dwg. MHP2464)

52 MHD56234 - Edition 3
EMERGENCY STOP/OVERLOAD PARTS LIST (FULL FLOW)

Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number
388 Fitting, Elbow 2 71098552
389 Fitting, Pipe 3 71048268
390 Fitting 1 71306990
393 Muffler 1 52104
397 Fitting, Tee (swivel) 2 71067789
399 Washer 2 71271985
422 Capscrew 2 71059901
423 Fitting, Tee 1 71406714
425 Dump Valve 1 71406656
426 Fitting 1 71406631
427 Fitting, Elbow (vented) 1 29246
428 Fitting, Tee 1 71406706
429 Pipe Plug 1 51467
430 Fitting 1 52181
431 Pipe Plug 1 51897
432 Brake Release Valve 1 71405823
433 Capscrew 2 71138069
434 Locknut 2 50852
435 Washer 2 71406722
436 Locknut 2 71069132
437 Hose Assembly (9 in. [228.6 mm]) 1 29227-4
438 Hose Assembly (13.5 in. [342.9 mm]) 1 29227-2
439 Hose Assembly (40 in. [1016 mm]) 1 29227-11
440 Hose Assembly (48 in. [1219 mm]) 1 29227-6
441 Hose Assembly (8 in. [203 mm]) 1 29227-5
442 Hose Assembly (18.5 in. [469.9 mm]) 1 29227-1
443 Hose Assembly (6.5 in. [165.1 mm]) 1 29227-3
444 Hose Assembly (39.5 in. [1003 mm]) 1 29227-12
482 Fitting, Elbow 3 51281
508 Support Bracket, Inboard 1 28289
548 Emergency Stop Valve Assembly 1 29218
549 Delta ‘P’ Valve (overload valve) 1 28446

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EMERGENCY STOP ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

557

558 561
570

559 572

550 553

552
551
560
547 573
562 552
575
574 562
563
553
578
564
554
581
564 556

580
564
568 564 570
562

569
567
565
(Dwg. MHP2292)

Item Description Qty. Part Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number No. of Part Total Number
548 Emergency Stop Assembly * 1 29218 • 563 Spring 2 71365787
547 Plunger 1 ** 564 Setscrew 5 71386221
550 Capscrew 1 71386205 565 Plug 1 28394
551 Cap 1 28401 • 567 Ball 1 71386171
• 552 Seal 2 28399 568 Setscrew, Orifice 1 28417
• 553 Washer 2 71386197 569 Setscrew 1 **
554 Spacer 1 28400 570 Capscrew 7 71386213
556 Valve Block 1 *** 572 Cap 1 28397
557 Boot 1 ** • 573 ‘O’ Ring 1 71137970
558 Label 1 95790099 • 574 Spring 1 71386189
559 Button 1 71372601 575 Piston 1 28398
560 Plunger 1 28395 • 578 ‘O’ Ring 1 71137988
561 Insert 1 ** 580 Cover 1 28396
• 562 ‘O’ Ring 6 71127039 581 Fitting, Pipe 1 54292

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

* Includes items 550-581.


** Not sold separately order Kit 29215.
*** Item 556 is not sold separately order item 548.

Kits
--- Emergency Stop Boot Kit (includes items 547, 557, 561, 562 and 569) 1 29215

54 MHD56234 - Edition 3
DELTA ‘P’ OVERLOAD VALVE ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

571 589
576
577
579
590
582 592
593
581
568

390
389
583

584 482 597

585
598

587
588
599

(Dwg. MHP2293)

Item Description Qty. Part Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number No. of Part Total Number
Delta ‘P’ Overload Valve • 583 Ball 1 G601-65
549 Assembly (includes items 1 28446
584 Guide 1 28441
460 and 568-599)
• 585 Spring 1 71386775
389 Fitting, Pipe 1 71048268
390 Fitting 1 71306990 587 Nut 1 71386783

482 Fitting, Elbow 1 51281 588 Washer 1 28442

568 Setscrew, Orifice 1 28417 • 589 Diaphragm 1 28443

• 571 Plug 1 71387211 • 590 Poppet 1 28439

576 Screw 1 71386809 • 592 ‘O’ Ring 1 71138135


577 Nut 1 71386817 593 Block, Upper 1 28437
• 579 Seal 1 71303838 • 597 Seal 1 28444
581 Fitting, Pipe 1 54292 598 Fitting, Pilot 1 28440
582 Block, Lower 1 28438 599 Capscrew 4 71386791

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 55
MOTOR ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST (PENDANT CONTROL)

102
101
120
117 124
122 106
105
103 123

111 107
112
121
109
113
119
114
113
131
115 120
132
118
108 134
125 121
110 133
127
128
137 129
133

135

138

139
(Dwg. MHP2258)
Item Description Qty. Part Item Description Qty. Part
No. of Part Total Number No. of Part Total Number
100 Motor Assembly * 1 28316 120 Bushing Key 2 N00-15
101 Motor Manifold 1 71382808 121 Pipe Plug 2 D02-402
102 Capscrew 3 54090 122 Pipe Plug 1 C6H20A-79
• 103 Gasket 1 BU7A-547 123 Inlet Bushing 1 BU-38
105 Thrust Washer 1 BU-552A 124 Reverse Valve Bushing 1 BU7ARC-945
106 Rotary Valve Bushing 1 BU7A-K525 • 125 Gasket 1 BU-592
107 Rotary Valve 1 BU-526 127 Oil Wall 1 BU-500
108 Piston (includes item 110) 4 D01-A513B 128 Lockwasher 4 F-58
109 Wrist Pin 4 TC-389B 129 Buttonhead Screw 4 J-376
• 110 Piston Ring 8 D01-337-8 131 Sleeve 1 BU-519
111 Cylinder Sleeve 4 D01-L505A 132 Bushing 1 D01-511A
112 Capscrew 16 50156 133 Connecting Rod Ring 2 D01-510
113 Washer (copper) 24 D01-504 134 Connecting Rod 4 D01-509A
114 Cylinder Head 4 D01-H505A 135 Crankshaft Assembly 1 28326
• 115 Gasket 4 D01-507 137 Key 1 71383095
117 Vent Cap Assembly 1 DLC-303 138 Bearing 1 58-96
118 Motor Case 1 BU7ARC-501 139 Motor Adapter 1 28314
119 Capscrew 8 71126908

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

* Includes items 101, 103, 105-129 and 131-138.

56 MHD56234 - Edition 3
PILOT AIR CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

208
217
202

212

205
202
207
209

208

215
214
219
213
218

211

204
203

(Dwg. MHP2275)
Item Description Qty. Part
No. of Part Total Number
201 Valve Assembly (includes items 202-217) 1 28447
202 End Cap Gasket 2 51978
203 Valve Spool 1
Order item 201
204 Valve Sleave 1
205 Shoulder Screw 1 9640-4
207 Centering Shaft Guide 1 9640-5
208 Capscrew 8 9640-6
209 End Cap 1 9640-7
211 ‘O’ Ring 6 Order item 9750-13
212 Valve Body 1 Order item 201
213 Space 1 9640-10
214 Washer 1 9640-11
215 Spring 1 54925
217 End Cap 1 9640-13
218 Setscrew 1 53545
219 Nut 1 50176
• Valve Service Kit (includes items 202 and 211) 1 9750-13

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

MHD56234 - Edition 3 57
TWO LEVER PENDANT ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

738

724 722

726 725
736 730
728 729

727
728
731 739
733 723

732
737 731
725
725
735
733
735
740
741

(Dwg. MHP2296)
Item Description Qty. Part
No. of Part Total Number
720 Pendant Assembly (includes items 722-741) 1 PHS2E-U
722 Lifting Eye 1 64222332
723 Emergency Stop Valve 1 95790108
724 Plug 1 95790106
• 725 ‘O’ Ring 5 58209229
• 726 Plug 4 65107741
• 727 Spring 4 69128541
• 728 Ball 5 69401625
• 729 Pin 1 95790040
• 730 Setscrew 2 42008607
• 731 ‘O’ Ring 3 58235329
732 Setscrew 3 42008307
• 733 Protector 3 95790107
735 Valve 3 95790104
736 Lever 2 95790122
737 Pendant Handle (Not sold separately) 1 Order item 720
738 Fitting, Hose 5 71078158
739 Label Kit 1 95790111
• 740 Exhaust Washer 1 95790114
• 741 Retainer Ring 1 47713030

• Recommended spare for one winch, 5 years at normal operation.

58 MHD56234 - Edition 3
SERVICE NOTES

MHD56234 - Edition 3 59
E-STOP/OVERLOAD CONNECTION ASSEMBLY DRAWING (PENDANT CONTROL)

388
123
386
548

Limit Switch
Haul-In

495
494
389 388

390 201
738
397
393
487
496
390

Two Lever
391
Pendant Control
389
499 394
549

389 398 489


488
498 399
389
Limit Switch
Haul-In
497

389
178 490 493
181 492
Limit Switch
Payout 388
518 399
398
581
101
480
393
484

476

Slack Line
Detector

(Dwg. MHP2277)

60 MHD56234 - Edition 3
E-STOP/OVERLOAD CONNECTION ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST (PENDANT CONTROL)

Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number
101 Motor Manifold 1 71382808
123 Inlet Bushing 1 71386262
178 Dump Valve 1 50276
181 Fitting, Nipple 1 54274
201 Valve Assembly 1 28447
386 Fitting, Nipple 1 71387161
388 Fitting, Elbow 3 52190
389 Fitting, Pipe 9 71048268
390 Fitting, Hose 2 71387021
391 Gasket 1 71018386
393 Muffler 2 52104
394 Capscrew 2 71387039
397 Fitting, Tee (swivel) 1 71067789
398 Capscrew 8 71030084
399 Washer 8 71271985
476 Hose Assembly (69.5 in. [1765 mm] long) 1 28372-6
480 Hose Assembly (21 in. [533 mm] long) 1 28372-10
483 Control Throttle 1 71386064
484 Hose Assembly (13 in. [330 mm] long) 1 28372-8
485 Capscrew 2 71386965
486 Capscrew 1 71386957
487 Bracket 1 71382816
488 Nut 3 71386981
489 Washer 3 71386973
490 Bushing 1 54688
492 Fitting, Nipple 1 51804
493 Valve 1 71386999
494 Hose Assembly (61.5 in. [1562 mm] long) 1 28372-4
495 Hose Assembly (17 in. [432 mm] long) 1 28372-9
496 Hose Assembly (26.5 in. [673 mm] long) 1 28372-1
497 Hose Assembly (61.5 in. [1562 mm] long) 1 28372-3
498 Hose Assembly (57 in. [1448 mm] long) 1 28372-2
499 Hose Assembly (19 in. [483 mm] long) 1 28372-7
518 Fitting, Elbow 1 51281
548 Emergency Stop Assembly 1 29218
549 Delta ‘P’ Valve Assembly (overload valve) 1 28446
581 Fitting, Pipe 3 54292
738 Fitting, Hose 1 71078158

MHD56234 - Edition 3 61
DRUM GUARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

704

701
702

703
705
707

709
708

(Dwg. MHP2281)

Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number
Drum Guard Assembly * (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) Contact factory
Drum Guard Assembly * (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) 11283-2
700 1
Drum Guard Assembly * (16 in. [406 mm] long drum)
Contact factory
Drum Guard Assembly * (24 in. [610 mm] long drum)
701 Capscrew 4 71126742
702 Clamp 4 10399
703 Support 2 10400
Drum Guard (8 in. [203 mm] long drum) Contact factory
Drum Guard (12 in. [305 mm] long drum) 11259-2
704 1
Drum Guard (16 in. [406 mm] long drum)
Contact factory
Drum Guard (24 in. [610 mm] long drum)
705 Lockwasher 4 51581
707 Nut 4 51440
708 Capscrew 4 71324743
709 Washer 4 50182

* Drum Guard Assemblies include items 701–709.

62 MHD56234 - Edition 3
WINCH LABEL/TAG LOCATION DRAWING AND PARTS LIST

Oil
Fill
908 905
903 910

Exhaust 911
910 912

902
909 68
907
904
67
68
(Dwg. MHP2270)

Item Description Qty. Part


No. of Part Total Number
67 Nameplate 1 Contact factory
68 Rivet 8 71028849
902 Notice, Man Rider (Reference Page 6 for Label) 1 71108856
903 Label, Throttle Direction 1 96180102
904 Label, Warning (Reference Page 6 for Label) 1 71124887
905 Label, Overwind Cable 2 96180103
906 Label, Limit Switch * 1 71149454
907 Tag, Check Oil Level Notice 1 71107148
908 Label, Ingersoll-Rand Logo 2 71106256
909 Label, Product 1 71111793
910 Label Kit ** 1 71295240
911 Label, Open Book 1 96180098
912 Label, CE 1 96180096

* Item Not Illustrated.


** Item 910, includes air supply, oil drain/fill/level and exhaust labels.

ACCESSORIES

Description Part
of Accessory Number
Muffler (quantity of 2 required for ‘-E’ Option winches) 52104
Lubricant (16 fluid ounces) LUBRI-LINK-GREEN
Filter 3/4 inch NPT F30-06-00
Regulator 3/4 inch NPT (w/ gauge) R28-06-F0G0-28
Lubricator 3/4 inch NPT L30-06-00
Liquidator 2 inch FNPT (not shown on drawing) 8834-WI-000
Pipeline Strainer 3/4 FNPT (not shown on drawing) EU-A267

MHD56234 - Edition 3 63
SERVICE NOTES

64 MHD56234 - Edition 3
SERVICE NOTES

MHD56234 - Edition 3 65
PARTS ORDERING INFORMATION

The use of other than Ingersoll-Rand replacement parts may


Return Goods Policy
adversely affect the safe operation and performance of this
product. Ingersoll-Rand will not accept any returned goods for warranty
For your convenience and future reference it is recommended that or service work unless prior arrangements have been made and
the following information be recorded. written authorization has been provided from the location where
the goods were purchased.
Model Number _______________________________________ Winches that have been modified without Ingersoll-Rand
approval, mishandled or overloaded will not be repaired or
Serial Number ________________________________________ replaced under warranty. A printed copy of the warranty which
applies to this winch is provided inside the back cover of this
Date Purchased _______________________________________ manual.
When ordering replacement parts, please specify the following:
1. Complete model number and serial number as it appears on Disposal
the nameplate.
2. Part number(s) and part description as shown in this manual. When the life of the winch has expired, it is recommended that
3. Quantity required. the winch be disassembled, degreased and parts separated as to
materials so that they may be recycled.
The nameplate is located on the winch outboard upright.
For additional information contact:

Ingersoll-Rand
NOTICE P.O. Box 24046
• Continuing improvement and advancement of design may 2724 Sixth Avenue South
cause changes to this equipment which are not included in this Seattle, WA 98124-0046 USA
manual. Manuals are periodically revised to incorporate Phone: (206) 624-0466
changes. Always check the manual edition number on the Fax: (206) 624-6265
front cover for the latest issue.
• Sections of this manual may not apply to your winch. or

Refer all communications to the nearest Ingersoll-Rand Office or Ingersoll-Rand


Distributor. Douai Operations
111, Avenue Roger Salengro
59450 Sin Le Noble, France
Phone: (33) 3-27-93-08-08
Fax: (33) 3-27-93-08-00
SERVICE NOTES

66 MHD56234 - Edition 3
WARRANTY

LIMITED WARRANTY
Ingersoll-Rand Company (I-R) warrants to the original user its I-R makes no other warranty, and all implied warranties
Products to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
period of one year from the date of purchase. I-R will repair, particular purpose are limited to the duration of the
without cost, any Product found to be defective, including parts expressed warranty period as set forth above. I-R’s maximum
and labor charges, or at its option, will replace such Products or liability is limited to the purchase price of the Product and in
refund the purchase price less a reasonable allowance for no event shall I-R be liable for any consequential, indirect,
depreciation, in exchange for the Product. Repairs or incidental, or special damages of any nature rising from the
replacements are warranted for the remainder of the original sale or use of the Product, whether based on contract, tort, or
warranty period. otherwise.

If any Product proves defective within its original one year Note: Some states do not allow limitations on incidental or
warranty period, it should be returned to any Authorized Hoist consequential damages or how long an implied warranty lasts so
and Winch Service Distributor, transportation prepaid with proof that the above limitations may not apply to you.
of purchase or warranty card.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
This warranty does not apply to Products which I-R has have other rights which may vary from state to state.
determined to have been misused or abused, improperly
maintained by the user, or where the malfunction or defect can be
attributed to the use of non-genuine I-R parts.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
It is our policy to promote safe delivery of all orders. When a shipment has been delivered to you in apparent good
This shipment has been thoroughly checked, packed and inspected condition, but upon opening the crate or container, loss or damage
before leaving our plant and receipt for it in good condition has has taken place while in transit, notify the carrier’s agent
been received from the carrier. Any loss or damage which occurs immediately.
to this shipment while en route is not due to any action or conduct
of the manufacturer. Damage Claims
You must file claims for damage with the carrier. It is the
Visible Loss or Damage transportation company’s responsibility to reimburse you for
If any of the goods called for on the bill of lading or express repair or replacement of goods damaged in shipment. Claims for
receipt are damaged or the quantity is short, do not accept them loss or damage in shipment must not be deducted from the
until the freight or express agent makes an appropriate notation on Ingersoll-Rand invoice, nor should payment of Ingersoll-Rand
your freight bill or express receipt. invoice be withheld awaiting adjustment of such claims as the
carrier guarantees safe delivery.
Concealed Loss or Damage
You may return products damaged in shipment to us for repair,

MHD56234 - Edition 3 67
United States Office Locations International Office Locations

For Order Entry and Order Regional Sales Offices Offices and distributors in Europe, Middle East and
Status principal cities throughout the Africa
Annandale, NJ world. Contact the nearest Ingersoll-Rand
Ingersoll-Rand P.O. Box 970 Ingersoll-Rand office for the Douai Operations
Global Logistics 1467 Route 31 South name and address of the 111, avenue Roger Salengro
P.O. Box 618 Annandale, NJ 08801 distributor in your country or 59450 Sin Le Noble, France
510 Hester Drive Phone: (908) 238-7000 write/fax to: Phone: (33) 3-27-93-08-08
White House, TN 37188 Fax: (908) 238-7048 Fax: (33) 3-27-93-08-00
Phone: (615) 474-8665 Canada
Fax: (615) 672-0854 Detroit, MI National Sales Office Asia Pacific Operations
1872 Enterprise Drive Regional Warehouse Ingersoll-Rand
Technical Support Rochester, MI 48309 Toronto, Ontario Asia Pacific Ltd.
Phone: (248) 293-5700 51 Worcester Road 42 Benoi Road
Ingersoll-Rand Fax: (248) 293-5800 Rexdale, Ontario Jurong, Singapore
P.O. Box 24046 M9W 4K2 629903
2724 Sixth Avenue South Phone: (416) 213-4500 Phone: 65-861-1555
Seattle, WA 98124-0046 USA Fax: (416) 213-4510 Fax: 65-861-1373
Phone: (886) 273-FAST (3278) Order Desk
Fax: (206) 624-6265 Fax: (416) 213-4506 Russia
Ingersoll-Rand
Web Site: Latin America Operations Kuznetsky Most 21/5
www.irco.com Ingersoll-Rand Entrance 3
730 N.W. 107 Avenue Moscow 103895 Russia
Suite 300, Miami, FL, USA Phone: 7-501-923-91-34
33172-3107 Fax: 7-501-924-46-25
Phone: (305) 559-0500
Fax: (305) 222-0864 Australia
Ingersoll-Rand Aust
1 Hartnett Drive
Seaford, Vic 3198
Australia
Phone: 61 3 95541642
Fax: 61 3 95541607

Printed in USA